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Sept 27 (Reuters) – Space and Time, a decentralized data analytics platform, secured $20 million in funding from a group of investors led by Microsoft venture capital arm M12, valuing the company at $300 million.
The company, which aims to run analytics on data stored on blockchain as well as outside of it for smart contracts, plans to use the funding to hire more engineers, said Nate Holiday, co-founder, Space and Time.
Dr Cecilia Melendres, a pediatric sleep expert at Johns Hopkins University, told DailyMail.com that the rise in video game supplements was ‘definitely is a major factor’ in the current sleep crisis facing among US children and teens.
“There is massive amounts of data and use cases coming from blockchain technology’s multi-chain world, and insights and data from centralized data stores … and Space and Time sits at the bridge that links them,” Holiday said.
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Neill said: ‘The drive towards in-game purchases allows companies like Sony to profiteer and abuse their power because they have a captive audience. Sony knows its customers are hooked once they are part of the PlayStation world and it exploits them with exorbitant charges on every digital purchase.’
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“Fear is the worst enemy, especially against the top teams, because this is what they use a lot of the time just to win football matches. You cannot go with any of that into Sunday’s game, the same as we didn’t when we played Spurs.” (Reporting by Aadi Nair in Bengaluru; Editing by Clarence Fernandez)
Many popular games are free and make the majority of their money from paid addons, with figures showing £46bn was spent on in-game purchases in 2020.Figures also show more than 60 per cent of adults in the UK regularly play a game on a console or mobile phone.
But while most parents recognize brands like Monster and Red Bull as energy drinks, experts warn gaming supplements could be mistaken for a protein shake because they are diluted in a gym shaker bottle.
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Meanwhile more than 90 per cent of ten to 16-year-olds play online games regularly. Campaign group ParentZone has claimed children feel under pressure to make ingame purchases and almost half believe games are only fun when spending money.
Potential beneficiaries of the claim do not have to take action to be included.The case is funded by Woodsford, a team of litigation experts investing in large commercial claims, so those affected will not have to pay any of the costs of the action themselves. Sony was asked to comment.
Neill, who runs consumer complaints website Resolver, said ‘the game is up’ for Sony.She said the case is particularly important as gaming is the biggest part of the UK’s entertainment industry – ahead of TV, video and music.
Milberg partner Natasha Pearman, who is leading the case, said: pkvgames ‘It [Sony] has deployed an anti-competitive strategy which has resulted in excessive prices to customers that are out of all proportion to the costs of Sony providing its services.’
The payout for each person in the claim is estimated to be between £67 and £562. Playstation, You Owe Us said the Japanese tech giant abused its dominant position in the gaming market and UK customers were ‘unfairly’ charged over the odds.Neill said: ‘With this legal action I am standing up for the millions of UK people who have been unwittingly overcharged.
The lawsuit, led by consumer champion Alex Neill, claims Sony charged a 30 per cent commission on every digital game and in-game purchase made through the Playstation store – an online shop for consoles selling games and extra content to users.
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Oct 8 (Reuters) – Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta said his side could get a psychological boost for their Premier League campaign by beating Liverpool and extending their lead over the Merseyside club to 14 points when the two clash on Sunday.