Twitch TV announced the winners of the very first scholarship for student gamers. The ‘Twitch & Alienware Scholarship For Outstanding Student Gamers’ awarded five exceptional student gamers $10,000 each.
Antonio Revard is currently enrolled in Michigan State’s game design program and is a pro Counter-Strike player; Kevin Carlino (pictured) of Arizona State is the host of Diablo Daily; League of Legends and StarCraft pro Joey Yurgelon is earning his degree in mechanical engineering at the University of Nevada; John Stockwell’s day job is getting a computer science degree at Penn State while kicking ass in Team Fortress 2 at night; and PhD candidate Kelli Dunlap, a Halo competitor, is currently finishing her dissertation research on the connection between games and mental health at the American School of Professional Psychology.Amazing gaming and educational creds people. You’ll rock!
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To make all our lives a lot easier, Blizzard has finally released the patch 1.0.4 whic puts an interesting spin on a game people were finding hard to play in Inferno Mode.
These are some highlights of what this patch brings to the table:
- All level 60- 62 damage affixes have had their Minimum and Maximum top-end damage values increased
- Two-handed melee weapons have made more viable
- New System added: Paragon Levels
- Significant changes have been made to Legendary items
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