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    YouTube exclusively gets Activision-Blizzard esports, minutes before the start of COD League Less than an hour before the start of the inaugural Call of Duty League broadcast, Activision-Blizzard announced a deal with Google that will see the mega-publisher’s official esports events broadcast exclusively on YouTube. The deal covers Overwatch League, Call of Duty League, Hearthstone esports, “and more.” The first event under the deal is the launch weekend of Call of Duty League – the pre-show on YouTube is already underway as of this story, and the first match kicks off today (January 24) at 14:30 PST / 17:30 EST / 22:30 GMT. The 2020 season of Overwatch League will follow on February 8. Matches for both leagues will be broadcast live on their respective YouTube channels, which will “include archived and other special content.” The multi-year deal between Activision-Blizzard and Google goes beyond esports streaming, too. The game publisher is moving to Google Cloud for a variety of tech solutions. Examples noted in the press release include “optimal personalized interactions, as Activision Blizzard can tap into Google Cloud’s AI tools to offer curated recommendations for in-game offers and differentiated gaming experiences.” CDL 2020 was expected to broadcast on the official Call of Duty Twitch channel, but an official announcement was curiously absent over the past week. Now we know why. Competing streaming services have been courting exclusive streamers for months in an effort to chip away at Microsoft’s market dominance. Mixer kicked things off with Ninja, YouTube picked up CouRageJD, and Twitch responded by locking down numerous streamers of its own. The deals have scarcely slowed down since – and now it seems they’re expanding to compete for full esports leagues.
  5. Resident Evil: Resistance has “connections to the RE Universe” – but it’s not canon Resident Evil 3’s Resistance mode, the asymmetrical 4v1 experience, is not actually canon, it seems. Yes, we’re afraid that does also mean the delightfully named Martin Sandwich is also not officially real. RIP, Martin, we hardly knew ye. Resident Evil 3 producer Peter Fabiano confirms the news in an interview with Official PlayStation Magazine (via GamesRadar). Resistance is “a fun online experience with connections to the RE Universe”, Fabiano says. It’s “basically set in Raccoon City with scenarios that make it impossible to fit in the actual timeline”. Sandwich is a character in Resistance seemingly named after the infamous “Jill sandwich” line from the original Resident Evil. He’ll still be found in Resistance, but the mode is not, as previously thought, part of the series’ ongoing, twisting narrative. Capcom decided to bundle the mode with Resident Evil 3 because of their thematic similarities, it seems. Resident Evil 3 remake’s release date is set for April 3, 2020. It’s coming to PC, PS4, and Xbox One, bringing a fresh lick of paint and plenty more to the now 21-year-old original game. You can currently order Resident Evil 3 remake for Steam at a remarkable discount. Alternatively, check out our full list of upcoming PC games for a look at everything to expect in 2020.
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  8. An alliance of left-of-centre parties has beaten back Matteo Salvini’s far-right alliance in a key Italian regional election. Polls had been suggesting that Emilia-Romagna, a longstanding leftist stronghold, would fall to Mr Salvini’s League and its allies. But the populists were kept out of power after a vast surge in turnout – despite a big increase in the share of the vote for Mr Salvini’s party. Centre-left Democratic Party (PD) governor Stefano Bonaccini won 51.4 per cent of the vote, compared with 43.7 per cent for Lucia Borgonzoni, who is backed by Mr Salvini. “The ruling majority comes out stronger,” said PD leader Nicola Zingaretti following the result. He said Mr Salvini had failed in his attempt to “shove the government out”. “Emilia-Romagna has sent a signal. Salvini knows how to talk about problems, but he doesn’t know how to sort them out and the people have responded,” Mr Zingaretti added. Turnout hit 68 per cent in the election, up around 30 percentage points from the last comparable contest in 2014 – with the highly polarised campaign drawing voters to the polls. A defeat for progressive forces in Emilia-Romagna would have been the jewel in the far-right’s crown: the region has long been the heartland of the Italian Communist Party and its successors. But Mr Salvini’s alliance, which takes in other party’s from Italy’s right wing, has still won nine out of ten regional elections since March 2018 – including in former left-leaning area such as Umbria. The League’s allies also won in Calabria on Sunday, a smaller region in the south of Italy whose po[CENSORED]tion numbers around 2 million compared to Emilia-Romagna’s 4.5 million. The right’s 11 per cent swing in the latter also represents progress on the last contest. But the defeat in the northern region, including its capital of Bologna, is the latest setback for the populists – who were locked out of national government last year.
  9. Haggis, neeps and tatties Prep: 20 minutes Cook: 45 minutes Serves 6 2 x 500g haggis 1.5kg King Edward potatoes, peeled and cut into large chunks 100ml whole milk 60g unsalted butter 1.5kg swede, peeled and diced 50ml whisky For the gravy 1 tbsp sunflower oil 1 celery stick, roughly chopped 1 carrot, roughly chopped 1 small onion, roughly chopped 1 tbsp plain flour 1 tsp tomato puree 750ml beef stock 3 tbsp redcurrant jelly 1 splash Worcestershire sauce 1 splash Tabasco sauce Preheat the oven to 180°C, or gas mark 4, and cook the haggis according to pack instructions. Meanwhile, make the gravy. Heat the oil in a large pan and fry the vegetables for 5 minutes until just brown. Add the flour and tomato puree and cook for 2-3 minutes. Slowly add the stock, stirring until smooth. Bring to the boil and simmer gently for 30 minutes, then pass through a sieve. Return the gravy to a clean pan and add the redcurrant jelly, Worcestershire and Tabasco sauces. Simmer for 5 minutes, then remove from the hob and reheat before serving, if necessary. Place the potatoes (tatties) in a pan and cover with cold water. Bring to the boil and simmer for 12-15 minutes until tender. Drain, and allow to dry in the pan for 2-3 minutes, then mash. Warm the milk and half the butter in a pan until the butter has melted. Stir into the potato and season. Place the swede (neeps) in a pan and cover with cold water. Bring to the boil and simmer for 15 minutes until tender. Drain and return to the pan to dry out for 2-3 minutes. Mash, stir in the remaining butter and season. Reheat the gravy, neeps and tatties if necessary. Remove the haggis from the oven. Make a slit through the casing and pour in the whisky. Serve spoonfuls of haggis with the tatties, neeps and gravy.
  10. after Manchester United’s emphatic FA Cup fourth round win, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could not help but poke a little fun at Tranmere’s Manchester City-supporting goalkeeper. Scott Davies admitted to “a big hatred for United” in an interview with The Telegraph last week, adding that he hoped to play his part in “another bad day” for Solskjaer’s side and that he would even be wearing City underwear. Then he went and conceded six. You might say Davies had already suffered enough by the time he and Solskjaer bumped into each other outside the Prenton Park dressing rooms after the final whistle, but the Manchester United manager had noticed his pre-match comments and would not let him escape scot-free. “Thanks for firing up the fans and the players,” Solskjaer jibed. Davies did not respond. This spikiness from Solskjaer should not come as a surprise. You would not be able to succeed - or even survive - under Sir Alex Ferguson without a competitive edge and Solskjaer was no different in that regard. Rio Ferdinand often tells the story of how he miscontrolled a ball in his first training session after his arrival from Leeds in 2002. Solskjaer was straight onto him, asking: “How much? £30m? What?” “I would have expected that from Keano or Butty, but not him,” Ferdinand recalled, admitting he took his new teammate for a gentler, meeker soul. It is an easy mistake to make. Solskjaer has a reputation for being cheery, even-tempered and mild-mannered. His public demeanour as manager has rarely contradicted that image. But, as Sunday’s flashpoint with Davies showed, he is not above a little needle every now and again. He will, if required, come out fighting. And that is precisely what he and his players did on Sunday. The standard of opposition cannot be ignored - Tranmere are third-bottom of the third tier - nor the fact that Micky Mellon’s side played extra time to reach this round only three days earlier. But we also cannot ignore the depths which United have plumbed of late. After defeat at Anfield and the debacle against Burnley, anything was possible. This felt likely to be the major upset of the fourth round weekend, especially given the poor quality of the Prenton Park pitch. Instead, United settled the contest within the first 16 minutes through the unlikely sources of Harry Maguire and Diogo Dalot - who scored their first United goals - and Jesse Lingard - finding the net in a domestic game for the first time in more than a year. Phil Jones’ first goal since the David Moyes’ era left him grinning rather gurning, while Anthony Martial and Mason Greenwood’s decent scoring records for the season were boosted further. In the end, United neatly side-stepped the proverbial banana skin. And Solskjaer must have been inspired. His handling of the anti-Glazer chanting has been awkward, but he offered a more diplomatic response on Sunday. “We're just going to try and get the results right and keep working, move the club forward,” he said. “Supporters are always happier when you're winning games and when you're successful, so we'll just keep on working to get results.” Will that consistency come? Probably not. It would be foolish to tout this win as a potential turning point. Just look at how all this season’s other ‘turning points’ have played out. In just two days’ time, Solskjaer has to go to the Etihad and overcome a 3-1 deficit in a Manchester derby. Defeat is likely and if United are embarrassed as badly as they were in the first leg, beating Tranmere will be quickly forgotten. Davies will surely be watching the derby with an interest. He will probably have the last laugh. But still, at the end of a difficult week, at a moment when their campaign could have come off the rails, on a pitch that did them no favours, Solskjaer and his players fought back. Rather than lurching into the next stage of a developing crisis, United won in style. Despite all the pressure and scrutiny around Solskjaer, it suggested that there is fight left in him yet. That is something to take into Wednesday, at least.
  11. There will be versions for hauling people and cargo. The Volkswagen Caddy is a compact commercial van that fits into Europe's A segment, and the fifth generation is on the way. Two new teaser images provide what seems like a very realistic depiction of how the little carry-all looks, unlike the previous look. The new model debuts in February and should be on sale in some markets before the end of the year. Gallery: Volkswagen Caddy Teaser: The teaser renderings show the Caddy with a wide inlet in the lower fascia and a tinier inlet above it. Similarly, the trim makes the headlights appear to stretch across the front of the vehicle. The images don't provide a good view of the back, but it's clear that the taillights rise vertically up the rear. While only barely visible here, there's a panoramic sunroof to provide more light into the cabin. The model will be available as the standard Caddy as a tiny van for carrying people or the Caddy Cargo for hauling goods. Buyers will be able to select between two wheelbase lengths. VW notes claims "no screw has been left untouched" for the new Caddy. The company intends to offer the van with new driver assistance systems. Inside, the model gains functionality to connect to the Internet. The Caddy rides on Volkswagen Group's familiar MQB platform, and this should translate to a wide variety of available powertrain options. Like with the current model, don't look for VW to sell the little van in the United States. The German brand just isn't a serious player in the country's commercial vehicle market.

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