Lawsuit against Oculus founder can proceed, judge rules

Lawsuit against Oculus founder can proceed, judge rules

A California U.S District Court has ruled that Oculus founder and Rift VR headset inventor Luckey Palmer must face a lawsuit filed by a former employer. U.S. District Court judge William Alsup (U.S. District Court, Northern District of California) in San Francisco ruled on Saturday that a breach of contract claim could proceed against Oculus founder Palmer Luckey. But it wasn’t a clean-cut victory for Total Recall Technologies; Judge Alsup also dismissed several claims including fraud.

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Why ESPN is finally getting serious about esports

Why ESPN is finally getting serious about esports

Radio host Colin Cowherd doesn't like it, but corporations that specialize in traditional sports are taking more and more interest in competitive gaming. And now that includes Disney's flagship cable sports network.

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John Romero creates and releases a new Doom level 21 years later | Games | Geek.com

John Romero creates and releases a new Doom level 21 years later | Games | Geek.com

It’s been over 20 years since the release of the seminal first person shooter, Doom. Even after all of these years, dedicated fans are still engaged, with the DoomWorld modding community continuing to […]

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