The trailer for a new game called Gamer Girl leaked over the weekend on the internet and there are plenty more questions than answers for this weird and kind of disturbing game, a kid spent $20 thousand dollars of his parents’ money on Twitch streamers and donations without his parents knowing, and CoD players are threatening to quit or retire if next year’s CDL matches aren’t moved from being online.

Gamer Girl Trailer Leaks Onto Internet, Is a Giant Yikes

On Friday, a trailer was quickly published and then deleted from the Playstation Store, but within that short five-minute window, it set the Gamer Internet on fire. Titled “Gamer Girl”, this new FMV (or Full Motion Video) game is going to be focusing on following the life of a popular streamer’s chat moderator and personal contact. And if the trailer is anything else, it’s for sure “YIKES” with a capital, well, everything.

Kid Gave $20k of His Parent’s Money To Twitch Streamers

A teenage Twitch fan has racked up some serious charges on their parents’ debit card after an alleged $20,000 spree on donations and subscriptions, without the card holder’s knowledge. According to their parent, who posted a worried plea on the official Twitch subreddit, their “minor” child “spent almost $20k using a debit card on subscriptions & donations, cleaning out my bank accounts without my knowledge or permission. Years of savings gone in 17 days.” The big bummer out of all of this is that Twitch itself is not usually responsible for one of the donations, only for subscriptions and bits. So heading to Twitch may not be this parent’s first source of making this work. It’s going to be a long road full of dealing with a lot of people in suits, and that’s all to just try and recover SOME of the money, let alone all of it.

CoD Pros Threaten To Quit/Retire if 2021 Is Online Tournaments

The Dallas Empire swept the Paris Legion for their third Call of Duty League Home Series title, so to an outside observer it would seem like things are rolling along just fine in the CDL world. However, if you were to take a peek behind the curtains, it seems like there is plenty on fire. CoD pros leaving has become a much more regular occurrence in the age of COVID, but with the latest volley sent by star player SlasheR it seems to be something bigger. While SlasheR and his OpTic teammates are among some of the most successful or individually talented players CoD esports has ever seen, this season has been a tough one for them, and the switch from LAN to online play doesn’t seem to have helped.