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Tekken 7 players get locked in endless rock-paper-scissors duel

Published: 7/Oct/2019 11:03 Updated: 7/Oct/2019 13:36

by Kamil Malinowski


Two professional Tekken 7 players were locked in a hilarious and almost endless rock-paper-scissors match ahead of their series at one of the main Tekken World Tour tournaments – Electric Cancel 2019.

Sang-hyun ‘Jeondding’ Jeon and Jimmy ‘Jimmyjtran’ Tran were playing a game of rock-paper-scissors to decide which side they will play on ahead of their decisive losers bracket semi-finals match.

This would normally take a few seconds, but, these two players made things unexpectedly different, and somehow got caught in a continuous loop.

Bandai namcoTekken 7 is one of the most popular fighting games in the world.

The rock-paper-scissors game is played in a best of three format and was almost instantly tied at 1-1, but then things took an incredibly silly turn.

Both players went for paper, then took a small pause to think, then went for paper again, and so it went on for five tries. When they finally decided to switch it up both went for scissors, and immediately erupted in laughter.

Meanwhile, the commentators were absolutely loving it and could barely keep it together after the first few ties. They even joined in and won straight away by going scissors and mocked the players as rock-paper-scissors scrubs.

After around eight tries they finally managed to close out the lengthy duel, with Jimmyjtran winning thanks to a clutch rock pick.

Bandai namcoPlayers can use many unique characters in Tekken.

The crowd thoroughly enjoyed the spectacle, sitting at the edge of their seats after the first few ties and finally erupting in cheers when the winner was decided.

Jimmy also seemed to be boosted by the victory, as he was able to start off hot in the game and took a clean 2-0 series and was able to advance back up to the winners bracket where he placed in second behind one of the best Tekken players ever, Kim ‘JDCR’ Hyunjin.


Pokimane, WildTurtle headline Forbes 30 Under 30 Gaming list for 2021

Published: 3/Dec/2020 3:14

by Andrew Amos


Forbes has named the top gaming stars in its revised 30 Under 30 list for 2021, with the likes of streamer Imane ‘Pokimane’ Anys and League of Legends pro Jason ‘WildTurtle’ Tran getting the nod. They join an illustrious class of stars, including Ninja and Tfue.

The Forbes 30 Under 30 list is one of the awards you want to find yourself on in the gaming industry. It recognizes the rising stars of the industry, and those who have achieved greatness in the past 12 months.

Stars like Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins, Kyle ‘Bugha’ Giersdorf, and Turner ‘Tfue’ Tenney have topped the list in previous years. However, the class of 2020 features a distinctly different set of names from the trio who made their name in Fortnite.

Two of OfflineTV’s biggest stars, Imane ‘Pokimane’ Anys and Jeremy ‘Disguised Toast’ Wang, made the cut in 2020. While they’ve been stars for years, this year has been a huge breakout year for the duo, especially Toast.

The pair have nearly four million Twitter followers between them, as well as nearly 10 million YouTube subscribers. Among Us has only catapulted the duo’s popularity, with Toast almost tripling his YouTube following in under six months.

It’s not just the streaming stars that have been recognized. The very best esports players were also given credit for their efforts. In North America, that special honor was bestowed on League of Legends player Jason ‘WildTurtle’ Tran.

The FlyQuest AD carry made a mark on the LCS in 2020, managing to drag his underdog squad to two LCS finals and Worlds against all odds.

100 Thieves co-founder Jackson Dahl also made the list, alongside a number of developers and young owners in the growing space. You can find the full list below.

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Pokimane (center-right) and Toast (center-left) both got nods on the Forbes 30 Under 30 Gaming list in 2021.

Forbes 30 Under 30 Gaming list for 2021

  • Yang Liu: Cofounder at End Game Interactive
  • Carolina Acosta: Founder at Tragos Games
  • Gage Allen: Founder at Player One Trailers
  • Preston Arsement: Founder at TBNR
  • Rachel Feinberg and Breanne Harrison-Pollock: Cofounders at Ateyo
  • Matthew Benson: Founder at Efuse
  • Jackson Dahl: Founding Team at 100 Thieves
  • Ani Mohan and Neel Rao: Cofounders at GameSnacks
  • Hailey Geller: Marketing Manager at Xbox Games
  • Elyssa Grant: Senior Producer at Penny Arcade
  • Mariano Cavallero: Founder at HopFrog
  • Emory Irpan: Head of Publisher Operations at Unity Technologies
  • Siqi Jiang: Designer
  • Cody Matthew Johnson: Cofounder at Emperia
  • Gavin Johnson: Head of Gaming at Monstercat
  • Sanaa Khan: Program Manager at Google
  • Emma Kidwell: Designer
  • Kelly Kiewel: Director of Global Partnerships at Twitch
  • Lauren Mee: Senior Writer at Insomniac Games
  • Nika Nour: Executive Director at IGDAF
  • Imane Anys: Streamer
  • Angelo Damiano, Michael Paris, and Eric Rice: Cofounders at Powerspike
  • Graciela Ruiz: Associate Producer at Google
  • Veronica Saron: Marketing Manager at Niantic Labs
  • Albert Shih: Founder at Pillow Castle
  • Alyssa Sweetman: Director of Creator Social Impact at Twitch
  • Jason Tran: Esports Athlete for FlyQuest
  • Jeremy Wang: Streamer
  • Sam Wang: Cofounder at ProGuides
  • Maddy Wojdak: Growth Strategist at Riot Games