Esports Pros Have ‘Dream’ Jobs—but Game Publishers Have All the Power

Esports Pros Have ‘Dream’ Jobs—but Game Publishers Have All the Power

In 2020, Activision launched the Call of Duty League: 12 teams with five players each, representing 12 different cities around the world.As a top competitor playing on the Dallas Empire, Eubanks helped his team take the first Call of Duty League championship in July.

Laughing at Quibi Is Way More Fun Than Watching Quibi

Laughing at Quibi Is Way More Fun Than Watching Quibi

Both of these people have already established their legacies: 70-year-old Hollywood big-shot Katzenberg has had a long, successful career ushering classic films like Who Framed Roger Rabbit and Shrek into existence.

Trump's New Intelligence Chief Spells Trouble

Trump's New Intelligence Chief Spells Trouble

Perhaps the clearest sign that three-term Texas congressman Ratcliffe is manifestly unqualified to serve as the nation’s director of national intelligence isn’t the fact that he embellished his résumé, nor that only a minority of the US Senate would vote to confirm him, nor that the first time he was floated for the post last summer he was so soundly rejected that he withdrew almost immediately.

Scientists Avoid Bias When They Know They're Being Tested

Scientists Avoid Bias When They Know They're Being Tested

Sign up for the Daily newsletter and never miss the best of WIRED.These tests showed that, when it comes to implicit bias, the French scientists were equivalent to France as a whole, in that there was a significant tendency to associate science success to being male.

How Anthony Levandowski Put Himself at the Center of an Industry

How Anthony Levandowski Put Himself at the Center of an Industry

He dabbled in robotics while studying industrial engineering at UC Berkeley and made the move into autonomous vehicles when he entered the 2004 Darpa Grand Challenge —a seminal event that helped launch the self-driving industry we know today.

Free Throws Should Be Easy. Why Do Basketball Players Miss?

Free Throws Should Be Easy. Why Do Basketball Players Miss?

But also: If Nash can show up unpracticed, four years after retirement, and drain 98 percent of his free throws in an impromptu shootout against a ham-handed journalist, what kept him from shooting that reliably during his career. Surprisingly, Silverberg says there's very little separating players like Nash from those who average 75 percent from the line.

Colleges Need Influencers, but Do Influencers Need College?

Colleges Need Influencers, but Do Influencers Need College?

And for some influencers, like Giannulli, college can be a windfall, landing them brand deals to market dorm furnishings, Victoria’s Secret underwear, and to their fellow students.