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Fwiz and Nadeshot on why mobile games could be the future of gaming

Published: 6/Jul/2019 16:55 Updated: 6/Jul/2019 18:08

by Daniel Cleary


PUBG mobile rapidly increasing in popularity in countries such as India and other Eastern countries.

In the latest episode “Selfmade” podcast, Nadeshot and Fwiz expressed their opinions on the role that the mobile games industry would play in the next few years and how it stacks up against the more traditional forms of console and PC gaming.

100 Thieves / YoutubeRyan ‘Fwiz’ Wyatt is the latest guest to appear on Nadeshot’s Selfmade podcast.

Fwiz started by explaining that many gamers outside of the West may never own PC’s and consoles that can run highly intensive games and listed mobile gaming as a viable alternative, claiming that the mobile games industry will continue to grow massively and play a vital role in the future of gaming.

“So what they’ll have access to is mobile phones” He said, “I think the mobile games industry is going to continue to grow massively.”

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    Shortly after, Fwiz also predicted that mobile games would see rapid improvement alongside the development of smartphone technology. 

    “As hardware improves in mobile phones, so do the games they’re not inherently casual anymore like Candy Crush.”

    100 Thieves100 Thieves invested in a Clash Royale mobile esports team in their first year.

    The 100 Thieves owner later agreed with Fwiz’ breakdown of the mobile gaming trend, even mentioning 100 Thieves’ investment in a Clash Royale esports team during their first year, saying, “We had a Clash Royale team at one point, there are a lot of mobile games I thoroughly enjoy.”

    Nadeshot also explained that although he agrees with Fwiz, he could not see himself ever picking up FPS games on his phone such as PUBG mobile while comparing the two platforms.

    “I’m still never going to be able to get down on a first person shooter on mobile” He expressed, “Like when I see PUBG Mobile, I’m just thinking to myself, Man, this sucks.”

    Despite his lack of interest in playing mobile FPS games himself, Nadeshot later said that he doesn’t understand why people go out of their way to hate on mobile games.


Viral TikTok coffee creamer hack will make your mornings sweeter

Published: 21/Oct/2020 14:17

by Jacob Hale


A viral TikTok video provides an incredible life-hack for those who love creamer with their coffee, and it’s about to make your mornings much easier.

While TikTok isn’t commonly seen as an app to get educated, more often used for comedy skits, dancing, lip-syncing or similar, that’s not to say it doesn’t come in incredibly handy at times.

People are often keen to share stuff they’ve learned, tips for all manner of things and ways to make your life slightly easier on the app.

That said, this new one from carlyrose really could be about to change your life — or, at the very least, make your mornings a little easier.

carlyrose352 coffee creamer hack
TikTok: carlyrose352
Carly Rose has spread the word of this viral coffee creamer hack.

If you’re the type of person who needs a coffee to get up and function before you leave the house each morning, this one’s for you.

While you might like having some creamer to bulk up your coffee, sometimes cracking open a new bottle of it can be a pain, as you deal with the flimsy film or tab that usually covers the top.

But struggle no longer: Carly Rose has revealed the simple and effective way to easily get into the creamer. All you need to do is press the open lid into the sealed tab, making a hole for the creamer to pour out of quickly and efficiently.

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This life hack has clearly struck a nerve with TikTok users, with the video reaching over 1.2 million views at the time of writing, and coffee-drinkers absolutely obsessed with the hack that seems so simple yet so effective.

If you’re not a fan of creamer, you probably don’t realize how helpful this is, but expect to see people doing it a lot more thanks to Carly’s genius video.