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Christopher DringHead of Games B2BThursday 1st April 2021Share this article Recommend Tweet ShareTwo of the biggest names in physical games and merchandise are coming to GI Live: Online this month.The event, which takes place April 14th – 16th, is filled with investors, publishers, indie developers and service companies looking to discover games, attract funding and share advice on making games more successful.Limited Run is a specialist games retailer (and finalist for the Indie Publishing Awards) that produces special physical versions of games. They will be hosting a roundtable with indie developers and publishers at the show. Tickets are on sale here.Meanwhile, Iam8bit’s Jon Gibson and Amanda White will be joining GamesIndustry.biz on a session looking at the growth and opportunities in the physical space.The new speakers join a roster that also includes former Xbox, EA and Liverpool FC executive Peter Moore, Minecraft boss Helen Chiang, Velan Studios president Guha Bala, IO Interactive CEO Hakan Abrak, Lightspeed Venture Partners’ Amy Wu, Sumo Group’s Carl Cavers, NDreams’ Nadine Oehmcke, LEGO’s Rob Lowe, No Brake Games’ Tomas Sakalauskas and Shai Sasson of CrazyLabs. Last week we announed that LA-based creative agency gnet will be discussing how to make the best games trailers, while the indie developers from the Tentacle Zone will be talking about the power of studios working together.Tickets are on sale here.Outside of the talks, industry legends Debbie Bestwick, John Romero, Brenda Romero, Warren Spector and Dr Jo Twist will attend the event Discord to talk with indie developers.Plus, there will be private behind-closed-doors roundtables with the likes of Steam, Xbox, Kickstarter, London Venture Partners, Transcend Fund, Limited Run, Hiro Capital, Kowloon Nights and Creative England.There is also our one-to-one meeting system featuring more than 60 investors and publishers. And finally, the event includes our Indie Publishing Awards. You can read about the finalists here.Related JobsEnvironment Artists – New IP South East Creative AssemblyLead Sound Designer South East Creative AssemblyRemote Environment Artist Console Studio UK UK & Europe Big PlanetDiscover more jobs in games It’s a jam-packed schedule, which you can check out on our event site. The final line-up and schedule will be announced next week.Tickets cost $50 + VAT for developers, publishers and investors. Developers can also buy a special ticket to receive extra promotion for the game at the event.Sponsors for the event are Xsolla, Keywords’s gnet, LEGO Ventures, Creative England’s Advance initiative, Renaissance PR, Curve Digital, CrazyLabs, My.Games, NDreams and Limited Run. For more details on sponsorship, contact [email protected]
Salmonella outbreak tied to nutritional powder grows to 27 casesThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) today reported that 9 more people have been sickened with Salmonella Virchow associated with recalled RAW Meal Organic Shake and Meal powders, bringing the outbreak total to 27 cases.The new cases were reported in eight states, five of which (Alabama, California, Hawaii, Michigan, and West Virginia) had not previously reported outbreak illnesses. The 27 cases are from 20 states, and 5 of 19 people with available information were hospitalized, the CDC said. No deaths have been reported. Patients range in age from younger than 1 to 84 years.The outbreak strain has been linked to RAW Meal nutritional powders manufactured by Garden of Life, LLC in West Palm Beach, Fla. The company voluntarily recalled the powders on Jan 29 and Feb 12, though the CDC notes that the products have a long shelf life and may still be in people’s homes.Salmonella cases linked to the nutritional powders have occurred between Dec 5 and Mar 13, though the CDC said that illnesses occurring after Feb 28 may not have yet been reported. Previous news reports have identified the Salmonella-contaminated ingredient as moringa leaf powder.Mar 24 CDC updateFeb 19 CIDRAP News item on the outbreak Study suggests annual dengue incidence of 2.9% to 4.6% in childrenRecent studies conducted in several Latin American and Southeast Asian countries suggest that the annual incidence of dengue virus infection in children ranges from about 2.9% to 4.6%, with a heavier burden in Asia, according to a report today in the New England Journal of Medicine.The findings come from the monitoring of control groups in two phase 3 trials of dengue vaccines, sponsored by Sanofi Pasteur. The groups were monitored for acute febrile illness and virologically confirmed dengue.In the Asian trial, the control group consisted of 3,424 healthy children from ages 2 through 16 in Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam, who were monitored from June 2011 through December 2013. The Latin American group included 6,939 children from 9 through 18 years old in Brazil, Colombia, Honduras, Mexico, and Puerto Rico. They were monitored from June 2011 through April 2014.About 10% of the febrile illnesses in each group were found to be dengue infections, according to the report. The Asian group had 319 confirmed dengue episodes, or 4.6 per 100 person-years, while the Latin American group had 389 episodes, or 2.9 per 100 person-years. The incidence did not appear to vary by age.The Asian children who contracted dengue were more likely to need hospitalization than their Latin American counterparts, with respective hospitalization rates of 19.1% and 11.1%, the researchers found. The incidence of dengue hemorrhagic fever, the most serious form of the disease, was less than 0.3 cases per 100 person-years in both groups.”In comparable age groups (9 to 12 years and 13 to 16 years), the burden of dengue was higher in Asia than in Latin America,” the report says.The researchers concluded that the dengue burdens were “substantial” in both regions and all age-groups. “Burdens varied widely according to country, but the rates were generally higher and the disease more frequently severe in Asian countries than in Latin American countries,” they wrote.Mar 24 N Engl J Med abstract Nigeria hit by 22 more H5N1 outbreaksOutbreaks of H5N1 avian flu occurred at 22 more sites in Nigeria in mid-March, according to reports filed by Nigerian government officials with the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) on Mar 20.The latest outbreaks, which began from Mar 10 to 18, hit 20 farms and two backyard flocks. Poultry on affected farms included layer chickens, broilers, and pullets, and flock sizes ranged from 531 to 61,000 chickens. Backyard flocks comprised geese, ducks, and other poultry, with one flock of 10 birds and the other of 152.Outbreak sites were scattered among seven states (Kano, 9; Edo, 4; Plateau, 3; Katsina, 2; Sokoto, 2; Bauchi, 1; and Zamfara, 1), all in northern Nigeria, except for Edo province in the southwestern part of the country.The disease killed 8,717 of 176,431 birds at the 22 locations, and the rest were culled to prevent further outbreaks, according to the OIE reports. As with other recent Nigerian reports, these listed “poor farm biosecurity” as a contributing factor.Nigeria is the hardest hit of several African countries that have suffered a resurgence of H5N1 outbreaks in the past year.Mar 20 OIE report on outbreaks in northern provinces Mar 20 OIE report on Edo outbreaks Number of sex partners, hormonal contraceptives associated with HPV riskNew detections of human papillomavirus (HPV) in mid-adult women are associated with recent high-risk sexual behavior, lifetime number of male sex partners, and hormonal contraceptive use, according to findings yesterday in The Journal of Infectious Diseases.From 2007 through 2010, researchers from the University of Washington studied a convenience sample of 420 female online daters ages 25 to 65. One fourth of participants, on average, had new HPV detections each year, and 64.4% of HPV detections during the entire study were new cases, indicating that women acquired those infections from recent sexual partners.In multivariate analyses, women who reported multiple, new, or casual male sexual partners in the past 6 months were 2.81 times more likely to have a new HPV detection. Risk factors for new HPV detections that remained consistent across the analysis included a lifetime number of nine or more male sex partners (hazard ratio [HR], 2.56) and current hormonal contraceptive use (HR, 1.82), the authors said.The authors identified several limitations to the study, including their use of a non-representative convenience sample of online daters. The effect of hormonal contraceptive use on HPV incidence risk is unknown, though it could suppress persistent infection, making it difficult to distinguish new versus persistent infections, the authors said.In a related commentary, Kenneth H. Fife, MD, PhD, and Aaron C. Ermel, MD, of the Indiana University School of Medicine, discuss the difficulty in distinguishing true incident cases from re-detection of prior HPV infection, noting that a third of women in the study had HPV detections not attributable to new sexual partners.The commentary authors suggest that mid-adult women should receive episodic testing for new and persistent HPV infections, colposcopy for women with diagnoses of high-risk HPV-16 or HPV-18, and consideration for HPV vaccination past age 26.Mar 23 J Infect Dis studyMar 23 J Infect Dis commentary
Brentford striker Scott Hogan will be available for Saturday’s FA Cup fourth-round tie at Chelsea, despite continued speculation over his future.Hogan, who remains a target for West Ham, has not featured for the Bees since scoring his 14th goal of the season at Birmingham on 2 January.He was left out of the FA Cup third-round win over Eastleigh as an injury precaution and was then an unused substitute in the defeat by Championship leaders Newcastle, as interest in him grew.AdChoices广告Brentford boss Dean Smith had insisted Hogan would return to the fold at Wigan last weekend, but the striker did not travel with the squad after it emerged he had received a phone call about a new offer.Smith said after that game that Hogan had had his head turned by the ongoing saga, but has now said he will be considered for selection for the trip to Stamford Bridge.Brentford also remain in negotiations to sign PSV Eindhoven winger Florian Jozefzoon.West London Sport revealed on Wednesday that the Bees had agreed a deal with PSV and Smith confirmed they had been in talks with the 25-year-old, with a deal close but not yet complete. Embed from Getty Images See also:Hogan left out as Brentford lose at WiganBrentford boss expecting Hogan bid ‘imminently’Brentford set to sign PSV wingerTransfer gossip: Hammers keen to tie up Hogan deal – Sky Ads by Revcontent Trending Articles Local Area Millionaire Reveals How to Get Rich with Bitcoin, Without Buying Bitcoin x This Bizarre Photo Caused Mayhem, Try Not to Gasp when You See Why x Easy Way to Generate Extra Income x Last Nights Episode Left Viewers Speechless! x These Twins Were Named ‘Most Beautiful in the World,’ Wait Till You See Them Now x Mom Has No Idea Why Vacation Photo Went Viral, then She Looks in the Background x Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Standing in the middle of the 14th fairway with a sand wedge in his hands, Tiger Woods had a chance.At making a birdie. At cutting into Webb Simpson’s lead. Maybe even at winning for the first time since returning from a fourth back surgery.Woods was 110 yards out and four shots back in the final round. He struck the ball cleanly, stared at intently and then watched it spin off the green .The 14-time major winner fell a few feet short of providing the first real drama Sunday on the Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass. Tiger Woods throws his club in frustration on the 14 fairway, during the final round of The Players Championship golf tournament Sunday, May 13, 2018, in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. (AP Photo/) He missed an 8-foot par putt that caused him to flip his club, ended up with a disappointing bogey and limped home with a double at the famed 17th . Woods, however, left the course feeling better than ever about his comeback.“This weekend was more like it,” Woods said.Woods shot a 3-under 69 in the final round and tied for 11th at 11-under 277. His round could have been much closer to the 65 he shot Saturday.“If I would have got off to a better start this week, if I would have had the game I had this weekend the beginning of the week, I would have gave Webb a little bit of a run,” said Woods, who finished seven shots behind Simpson.Woods felt like he finally pulled together all aspects of his game : His driving was impeccable, his iron play was better than it’s been all week and his putting was as good as it’s been all season. He stirred packed galleries into a frenzy on Mother’s Day while wearing his traditional red shirt. Fans young and old stood dozens deep, scurrying from tee to fairway to green, just for a brief peek at Woods.“I hit it so good,” said Woods, glossing over a number of less-than-ideal wedge shots in the final round. “It was nice. I had control of it from tee to green. I made some putts. I felt good on basically every facet of the game. Not to really mishit a shot today and only shoot 3-under par is just weird, because I played much better than that.”The back nine was his biggest issue all week, though.Woods was 11 under on the front, including a scorching 10 under during the weekend after making the cut on the number.He was even on the back, which was slightly easier for everyone else.Still, the big-picture view is mostly positive for the world’s most popular player.“There’s no way I would have predicted I would be at this point the beginning of the year, the way I was just coming back and just trying to get a feel for it and then hopefully have a schedule,” he said. “Didn’t know. But now I feel like I’ve got my playing feels and I’m playing tournament golf and I’ve got it. I’m not that far off from winning golf tournaments.”Woods will take two weeks off before playing the Memorial Tournament, which potentially could be his final tuneup before the U.S. Open in June.He moved up 12 spots in the world ranking, rising to No. 80 after the Players.“He’s clearly playing some really good golf,” fellow golfer Jason Day said. “If he got off to a half-decent start, I mean who knows what would have happened on the weekend. And he may be walking off with a third Players Championship.”Simpson ended up with the trophy, which was about as surprising as someone hitting into the murky lagoon at the island green.Woods could have made it much more suspenseful by making birdie at the difficult 14th, a hole that has given him trouble in recent years. He blistered his drive 354 yards to leave himself in prime position for another birdie.He came up just short of being really good and making the final round really interesting.“I didn’t really miss a shot today, so I’m not that disappointed with it,” he said. “I hit it good all day long, and it’s just the way it goes.”___For more AP golf coverage: https://apnews.com/tag/apf-Golf
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The Nelson Daily SportsJoel Stewart got the last laugh, for now, against his former mates from the Lilac City.The ex-Brave scored the overtime winner to power the Nelson Leafs to a 3-2 Kootenay International Junior Hockey League victory over Spokane Friday night at the NDCC Arena.Stewart, the 6’1, 190-pound forward from Spokane, Washington, acquired in a futures deal from south of the 49th parallel, combined with Tyler Parfeniuk and Colton Schell to beat Garrett Barr in the Braves’ nets for the winning goal.The marker was the first as a Leaf for the soon to be 20-year-old. Stewart celebrates his birthday Tuesday.Cody Abbey opened the scoring for Nelson in the first period as the veteran winger combined with Gavin Currie and Connor McLaughlin.Spokane took the lead with two goals in a span of 11 seconds. Nick Redding scored on the power play before Rance Hughes got the puck past Marcus Beesley in the Nelson nets.Currie tied the contest before the period ended with a power play marker. The Leafs out shot the Braves 38-23.Nelson, climbing to within a point of the third-place Braves in Murdoch standings, faces division leading Castlegar Rebels tonight at 7 p.m.The contest is being played in the Civic Centre Arena as part of the 75th birthday bash. Nelson will be wearing vintage jerseys to help with the anniversary celebrations.GAME NOTES: Leaf veteran Gavin Currie continues to be one of the hottest players in the league, registering his eighth point in three games. The Abbotsford native has accumulated 17 points in nine games to lead the Leafs in [email protected]
Ouch, did that ever hurt.Castlegar Rebels waltzed into the NDCC Arena and put a good old fashion 8-2 whipping on the Green and White in Kootenay International Junior Hockey League action Saturday night in the Heritage City.The loss was especially disappointing for a Leaf team that appeared to be turning the corner in the Murdoch Division — registering points in its last five games to climb into second spot in the standings.
Cracks me up, some Spurs fans still think this new stadium means they’ll spend huge £ on players 😂😂😂 https://t.co/bXN7mO0Esd— Blue Tone – MCFC (@MCFCTone) October 26, 2018 FOOTBALL fans have reacted to the news that Tottenham’s new stadium won’t be ready until 2019.The North Londoners were hoping to move into their luxury arena before the end of the year.2 Spurs fans have reacted to Daniel Levy’s news that the new stadium won’t be ready until next yearCredit: AFPBut owner Daniel Levy has released a statement explaining that Spurs will continue playing home matches at Wembley until the New Year.He claims Tottenham have debts amounting to a whopping £366million.But Levy insists the club are in profit despite overseeing a summer where not a single player arrived.Spurs fans have now been left in the dark over the new stadium’s future.2 Spurs will continue to host games at Wembley until the end of the seasonCredit: AP:Associated PressAnd supporters have taken to Twitter to express their emotions, with one writing: “So Spurs not in the stadium till 2019 now, must be saving the budget for the January transfer window.”Another said: “It’s having to apply for a refund for EVERY match that I don’t get! Why not refund everyone for all the matches at Wembley & then let us buy our seat at last year’s prices?”One tweeted: “Cracks me up, some Spurs fans still think this new stadium means they’ll spend huge £ on players.”Another added: “That’s the club we’ve supposed to be falling behind, yeah ok mate! Spurs disrespected Fifa19 because they gave them their new stadium on time.”Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino leaps to the defence of Hugo Lloris and says he is one of the best goalkeepers in the world So Spurs not in the stadium till 2019 now , must be saving the budget for the January transfer window. #saidnoonever— Gareth the gooner (@garethlealand) October 26, 2018 That’s the club we’ve supposed to be fallen behind 🤣 yeah ok mate!Spurs disrespected Fifa19 cause they gave em their new stadium on time.— #ThatSith♈ (@Ants_Asylum) October 26, 2018 I get that the stadium is delayed – it’s a massive project & yes it’s going to be great once it’s done – but it’s having to apply for a refund for EVERY match that I don’t get! Why not refund everyone for all the matches at Wembley & then let us huy our seat at last years prices?— Clare 🏴 (@chilly_spurs) October 26, 2018 Most Read In SportFeatureNAKED TRUTHThe most embarrassing wardrobe malfunctions in sport, including Venus WilliamsBRO MESSAGEBobby Charlton’s touching tribute to Jack revealed as he misses funeral serviceFRESH OUTFITMicah Richards pokes fun at Roy Keane backstage at Sky Sports studiosFOND FAREWELLShane Lowry shares moving snap as he says goodbye to daughter Iris at airportLEADING BY EXAMPLEBrian O’Driscoll feels ‘too guilty’ not to wear face mask when shoppingVideoMAC IN ATTACKMcGregor shows off football skills as UFC star proves he’s no one-trick pony