Ninja Blames Parents For Online Racism and Toxicity, Jamppi Goes to Valorant, Fall Guys Season 3.5

Ninja makes a splash online by saying it’s not his responsibility to raise people’s children and that they should be the ones to teach them about racism, a former CS:GO pro who was banned for life from the esport makes a move to Valorant after an extended legal battle with Valve, and Fall Guys season 3.5 is announced, and what you can hope to see in the newest update slated for mid-February.

Ninja says Parents Should Teach Their Kids About Racism

Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins has called for parents to take responsibility with their kids when it comes to toxicity and online respect instead of shouldering the blame with somebody like him who streams video games for a living. In an interview with the New York Times, Ninja took a strong stance when discussing race and questions surrounding the importance of a parent figure to help guide impressionable young kids online today.

Former Banned CS:GO Star Jaampi Switches to Valorant

It isn’t often that you can get banned from one competitive sport and just switch to another. But that seems to be exactly what Sweedish player Jaampi is doing, following in the footsteps of former CS:GO players banned for their role in the iBuyPower scandal to also now play in Valorant.

Fall Guys Season 3.5 Details and Release Date

Despite a decline in popularity, Fall Guys has remained one of the most supported games by its core community, thanks in no small part to all the content released in recent months, and that doesn’t seem to be slowing down with the announcement and reveal of Season 3.5.

The midseason update, which will bring radical changes to all stages, mainly winter and holiday ones, seems to be a welcome addition to a game that is in desperate need of something to bring more casual players back to the game after the flood of sweaty try hards began dominating the game. So what should we expect in the new update?

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