Call of Duty: Mobile will host an esports tournament with over $1 million USD as the cash prize

Activision has announced that Call of Duty: Mobile will host an esports tournament with over $1 million USD as the cash prize. Players of the mobile title ranked Veteran or higher in multiplayer mode will be able to participate in the open online qualifiers, which is scheduled to take place April 30 through May 24.

Players who earn at least 80 points across their first 10 ranked games each weekend will be able to progress to the second stage of the World Championship. All eligible players that participate will earn in-game rewards for registering and playing each weekend. External input devices like controllers, mice and keyboards are banned from being used, unless granted by an official. Most certainly, the game cannot be played on a desktop emulator, as the tournament is booked as an almost exclusive touchscreen tournament to maintain the mobile competitiveness.

Online qualifiers for the tournament kick off on April 30th and will run through May 24th, after which the tournament will begin. Details — like the structure of the tournament, how prizes will work, and where fans can watch — are slight at the moment. In addition, Cheap Call of Duty Points Modern Warfare is on hot sale at our website
The free-to-play, mobile Call of Duty spinoff became a breakout hit last year, racking up a staggering 100 million downloads in its first week of availability. And while mobile titles are far from a major force in esports, other big games have made similar forays into the field, including PUBG Mobile and Supercell titles like Clash Royale and Brawl Stars.

Meanwhile, esports continues to push forward during the ongoing pandemic, with the Call of Duty League recently restarting as an online competition and other major esports finding ways to operate while staff and players are stuck working from home.

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How to Catch Tuna in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

There are many different fish to catch in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, including the Tuna. This fish is worth 7000 Bells, making it a very attractive prospect for islanders.

To find the Tuna, you will need to look for fish spawns at the pier. The Tuna has a medium-sized shadow, but that doesn’t guarantee you will catch it, as many fish share this shadow size. The Barreleye will be available to catch all day, from November to April in the Northern Hemisphere, and between May and October in the Southern Hemisphere.Additionally, ACNH’s Tuna is available all day during these months, which means that players have lots of opportunities to catch one of these fish.

That said, the location where the Tuna in ACNH can appear is very specific, as it only spawns near piers. This means that players that are looking for a Tuna should fish from the straight wooden platform that extends off of the coast of their island. Additionally, fans can catch a Tuna in New Horizons fishing from the wooden platform with an airport that they land on when visiting a Mystery Island. If you want to Buy Animal Crossing New Horizons Nook Miles Tickets, we can give you a very low price, welcome to buy.

Once a player has arrived at one of these locations, they should then throw fish bait off of the end of the pier until a very large shadow spawns. While certainly not everyone of these very large shadows will produce a Tuna.

In summation, players that are trying to catch Animal Crossing: New Horizons’ Tuna should fish from piers between the months of November and April in the Northern Hemisphere and between the months of May and October in the Southern Hemisphere. They should use fish bait to spawn very large shadows and catch any fish of that size until they have bagged a Tuna. While this may take a bit of time, as the fish is somewhat rare, it will come eventually, and it can then be sold at Nook’s Cranny for 7,000 Bells.

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Animal Crossing: New Horizons is getting two free events next month this month

Easter and Earth Day are both going to be celebrated in Animal Crossing: New Horizons’ first live events, complete with exclusive items.Animal Crossing: New Horizons has already had one post-launch update, but that was only to fix a bug everyone was using to cheat. The next two updates though will be for proper in-game events.

Announced during the surprise Nintendo Direct Mini, Bunny Day is Animal Crossing’s equivalent of Easter. For those new to the series, Animal Crossing has lots of fictional in-game events based on real world holidays, such as Thanksgiving and Christmas, and this will be the first for New Horizons.It will involve Zipper T. Bunny challenging you to dig up (and fish for, oddly) specially hidden eggs which you can then use to create limited time items and furniture.

The first, Bunny Day, had already been announced via the Japanese Nintendo website, but today’s Nintendo Direct Mini revealed it in more detail. Players will receive a visit from Zipper the bunny, who will ask players to collect eggs from the island. Once you’ve, er, fished these eggs out from the sea, you’ll be able to craft lovely decorations with them. Just don’t mind the seaweed smell. In addition, Cheap Animal Crossing New Horizons Wood is on hot sale at our website

Bunny Day will be an annual event, so you’ll want to hop into the game between 1st-12th April or face waiting another year. All you have to do is make sure you’ve downloaded the 1.1.0 update that’s been available since launch.

That isn’t the only free event in April, however, as Nintendo announced a second event arriving later this month. This one’s called Earth Day, and it appears to have something to do with Leif the sloth. That’s all we know for now, but Nintendo says more details will be announced later via the Animal Crossing Twitter account. This is all certainly putting a spring in my step.

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Home Depot has stopped selling respirator masks to the general public

Home Depot has stopped selling respirator masks to the general public, donating them instead to hospitals amid the coronavirus pandemic, the company announced Wednesday.The hardware giant on Wednesday said it placed a “stop-sale” order on N95 masks and has been giving them instead to hospitals, health care providers and first responders for the last several weeks.

The sale halt applies in Home Depot’s nearly 2,300 stores and on its website. The company also directed stores to donate any N95 masks they already had, a Home Depot spokeswoman said.The Atlanta-based retailer said it has also donated millions of dollars worth of personal protective equipment as hospitals battling the coronavirus run low on masks and other supplies.

“It’s disappointing when you see that because we’re trying to redirect everything to health-care workers,” Roman said on CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street.” Home Depot spokesperson Sara Gorman said in an email that the company “stopped replenishing stores when we ran out starting a couple weeks ago.” In addition, our site has a large quantity of safe the Surgical Mask For Sale.

US health care workers have reported shortages of N95 masks, which filter out airborne particles and form a seal around the nose and mouth. Home Depot joined other big companies such as Goldman Sachs and Japanese investment giant SoftBank in donating masks to the coronavirus response effort.

Home Depot said it’s distributing thermometers to store and distribution center employees so they can perform “health checks” before reporting to work.The company is also increasing paid time off for hourly staffers and providing up to 14 paid days off for those who have to be quarantined, according to a news release.

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