The MO Show made a scene at Phoenix Comic Fest!
The Mo Show was out at Phoenix Comic Fest all weekend running around buying things, meeting people, taking pictures, and being all around geeks! They even cosplayed as Waynes World on Friday for their live broadcast, and then Mo ran around as Marvel’s Lucky Lady: Domino! Check out the recap videos here!
More in gaming news, ESPN+, the new streaming service from ESPN, will be covering a wide array of sports including Esports! They’re starting by covering the popular online game: League of Legends. If you’re wondering what the french toast Esports is, it’s a multiplayer video game played competitively for spectators, typically by professional gamers. It’ll start up in the next few weeks if you’re interested, official date: June 16th.
Finally, Uber is unveiling a new safety feature that will connect directly with police if you’re in danger. When you open your UBER app, you’ll see a police shield. From there you can call 911 and Uber will send your the info on where you’re at and what kind of car your in to the dispatcher and cops will arrive in minutes. They’re testing them in 6 select cities with none of them being in Arizona, but they do plan on rolling it out to everyone with the app if all goes well with the trials.
Video game developer Bethesda are making Fallout fans giddy with excitement after announcing a new game in the franchise called Fallout 76. The company behind post-apocalyptic game dropped a teaser trailer from inside the fallout shelter yesterday, after a 24 hour live stream of literally nothing, with hints of it not being the same style gameplay as previous games. Fallout 76 is in fact an online survival RPG that’s heavily inspired by games like DayZ and Rust. Right now, Bethesda is being tightlipped until E3, which we’ll be at to bring to you during the week of June 12th – 15th.
Talk about unfortunate. Ticketfly, the company your probably bought you concert tickets from, was forced to temporarily suspend their website thanks to a “Cyber Incident” or in other words, they got hacked! The Eventbright website was overtook by a hacker calling himself Is-hakd-z. The home screen had member info and database published as he demanding a single bitcoin, which is worth about 7500 bucks. Ticketfly has since then regained control but is still temporarily shut down as of this moment. So if you purchased any online tickets recently, it may be worth looking into.