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Ludwig Moves To YouTube Gaming, Halo Infinite on Cheaters, Game Awards Demos | Gaming News

Game Awards Demos

Hello, guys, and welcome to the Gaming News for 30 Nov 2021. The Game Awards, which is going to be on the 09 Dec 2021, usually has a lot of game trailers, world premieres announcements, things like that, and with it can come demos and a list of those demos which are coming out at the Game Awards have apparently been listed early, especially on places like the Xbox Store. We will see what is actually announced. I would say there's no point taking too much action on them because none of them are actually available to download yet, and we will get the full picture in less than two weeks time. I would say just wait, but just know that that's happened.

Halo Infinite on Cheaters

The next bit of news for today is John Junyszek, sorry if I mispronounced that probably, is the community manager for Halo at 343 Industries, and he tweeted out saying "Let's talk about cheating. Unfortunately, cheating is a natural part of supporting a F2P PC game and it's one we anticipated. It will never go away entirely, but we're prepared and committed to releasing consistent improvements to our game systems and taking action on bad actors." It is a problem that has plagued a lot of free to play Battle Royale or Team Deathmatch type games. And basically it's important that the developers, as I said in previous videos, do take responsibility and do take action against the cheaters. I've also been reading that some people who are playing, for example, on console really don't want to play against PC players because there is also the advantage of keyboard and mouse on PC, and some of the PC players do cheat as well. It makes the experience worse for everyone when cheaters get into different video games. It's good that they are trying to preempt this.

Ludwig Moves To YouTube Gaming

And then the last bit of news for today is Ludwig, who is one of the biggest content creators on Twitch, has actually now signed an exclusive streaming deal with YouTube Gaming. He's going to be moving over to YouTube Gaming I think literally today and he's going to be streaming there. Usually these exclusively contracts last for one or two years, and most of the time the streamers end up coming back to their platform of choice or their original platform. But we'll see. In case you're wondering where Ludwig has gone in case you're watching him because he is one of the biggest streamers on Twitch, he is moving to YouTube Gaming, so check him out. He's already got many millions of subscribers on YouTube, so it should hopefully be an easy transition for him. And I would just say, good luck. Simple as that. Anyway, guys, that's it for the Gaming News for today. Thank you so much for all the new followers as always. And I will see you tomorrow. Thanks, guys. Bye bye.

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