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Fortnite Is Back, Ending Gamers’ Long Nightmare

By Niraj Chokshi and Daniel Victor

After a black hole consumed everything in the game this weekend, the popular game was back online Tuesday, featuring a new map.

Fortnite Is Back, Ending Gamers’ Long Nightmare

By Niraj Chokshi and Daniel Victor

After a black hole consumed everything in the game this weekend, the popular game was back online Tuesday, featuring a new map.

Overwatch League Fans: β€˜This Game Is My Life’

By Gregory Schmidt and Jeenah Moon

Thousands gathered in Philadelphia for the Overwatch League Grand Finals, an e-sports tournament that draws a hugely diverse and rabid fan base.

Overwatch League Fans: β€˜This Game Is My Life’

By Gregory Schmidt and Jeenah Moon

Thousands gathered in Philadelphia for the Overwatch League Grand Finals, an e-sports tournament that draws a hugely diverse and rabid fan base.

Overwatch League Fans: β€˜This Game Is My Life’

By Gregory Schmidt and Jeenah Moon

Thousands gathered in Philadelphia for the Overwatch League Grand Finals, an e-sports tournament that draws a hugely diverse and rabid fan base.

This Video Game Fulfills Your Fantasy of Being a Horrible Goose

By Tacey Rychter

Untitled Goose Game, which has become a surprise hit, aims to make your day better by encouraging you to ruin someone else’s.

Wallabies Promise Unpredictability at the Rugby World Cup After Embracing Tumult

By Jamie Tarabay

Social media scandals, years of hard losses and near-wins have toughened the Australian side as it heads to Japan.

What Makes the All Blacks So Indomitable? It’s in Their DNA.

By Jamie Tarabay

New Zealand’s pride for its team reflects generations of history and tradition, going back to 1903.

Rugby Underdogs Again, the U.S. Team Hopes to Turn a Corner

By Ken Belson

The Americans head to the World Cup in Japan trying to hold their own in the Group of Death.

Rugby Is a Sport for Big Guys, and the Shorties

By Joe Ritchie

During the Rugby World Cup, the smallest players can maneuver around tight spaces and “be quite pesky,” getting into places the large players cannot.

Back to School With Narrow Escapes and a Mother’s Love

By Annabelle Gurwitch

After a summer in rehab, using a zombie escape room as a test for a college student’s readiness to launch.

Fortnite Fortunes and Freakouts: Parents Grapple With an Obsession

By Aidan Gardiner

Fortnite, the widely popular video game, can lead to big financial wins for teenagers. But Times readers say its use also has parents struggling over when to say enough.

Ninja, a Fortnite Star, Leaps From Twitch to Mixer

By Mariel Padilla

Tyler Blevins, 28, the multimillionaire gamer known as Ninja, says he has a deal to stream exclusively at the Microsoft service. He’s quitting Twitch, the Amazon service where he has over 14 million followers. Yes, it’s a big deal.

Ninja, a Fortnite Star, Leaps From Twitch to Mixer

By Mariel Padilla

Tyler Blevins, 28, the multimillionaire gamer known as Ninja, says he has a deal to stream exclusively at the Microsoft service. He’s quitting Twitch, the Amazon service where he has over 14 million followers. Yes, it’s a big deal.

Fortnite Drew Imitators to Survival Games. Who Will Be the Last One Standing?

By Jason M. Bailey

The “fight for survival” type of games popularized by Fortnite has inspired imitators hoping to cash in. But there are signs of saturation in the market.

How Has Fortnite Affected Your Family?

By Aidan Gardiner

We want to hear how parents and young players perceive the video game’s positive and negative impacts.

Hold ’Em or Fold ’Em? This A.I. Bluffs With the Best

By Cade Metz

Pluribus, a poker-playing algorithm, can beat the world’s top human players, proving that machines, too, can master our mind games.

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