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Ex-U.S. Olympics gymnastics coach charged with sexual assault

90.3 KAZU Programming

03:44 min | Last week

Ex-U.S. Olympics gymnastics coach charged with sexual assault

"Of the sport's most prominent coaches, who had ties to the to the notorious sports doctor, Larry Nassar has killed himself. John Getter, took his own life just hours after he was charged with two dozen crimes, including human trafficking. And sexual assault get led the U. S women's gymnastics team to a gold medal at the 2012 Summer Olympics. Joining us now is NPR Sports correspondent Tom Goldman. Hey there, Tom. Hi, Mary Louise. What else do we know? Well, we have confirmed that John get hurt, killed himself. Hours after he was charged. He was supposed to turn himself in this afternoon. He'd been investigated for the last three years. His investigation grew out of the Larry Nasaa retrial. Yes, sir, of course, was convicted of sexually abusing many, many female athletes, including some of the most famous U. S Olympic women, Jim Nous, and throughout his investigation get, ERT steadfastly maintained his innocence and that he wasn't aware of what NASA or was doing. Well, what else do we know about this? There were two dozen charges that the state of Michigan announced today. What what exactly was getting accused of having done? A Michigan attorney General Dana Nessel, um announced yes, the two dozen charges and 20 of the 24 counts for for human trafficking and forced Labor and Attorney General, Nestle explained. Human trafficking charges in a press conference today, it is alleged that John Getter used force fraud and coercion against the young athletes that came to him for gymnastics training for financial benefit to him. Victims suffer from disordered eating, including bulimia and anorexia, suicide attempts and self harm, excessive physical conditioning. Repeatedly being forced to perform even when injured Extreme emotional abuse and physical abuse, including sexual assault. Now. Mary Louise, Um Attorney General, Nestle acknowledge that cases like this don't often involve human trafficking, she said. We think of it predominantly is affecting people without the means to protect themselves from this type of crime. But she said, it can obviously affect all types of people in this case, young elite female athletes and she said. The alleged victims still carry the scars of those crimes to the state. Yeah. I said there are ties between Get ERT on Larry Nassar. What were the ties? Yeah, we'll get her was AH, longtime owner and coach at a gym near Lansing, Michigan on Git was there where hundreds of women say Larry NASA are abused them. Now Starr was the team physician and in house medical expert and get her. It's Jim for about 20 years. One of the charges today was that get lied to police about Nassar's role as the physician at his gym get hurt, allegedly told police he had never heard any complaints about Nassar's treatment of athletes. Although at least one prominent athlete contradicts that. She said she was with a group of fellow Jim Nous and get hurt, and she mentioned that NASA had abused her, She says her teammates gasped. And get hurt. Didn't react. USA Gymnastics suspended Get her during the nests are scandal and get retired in 2018. And finally today following his death by suicide, Rachel den Hollander, the first to publicly accused ness or of sexual abuse. Tweeted this so much pain and grief for everyone to the survivors. You have been heard and believed, and we stand with you. Thank you for telling the truth. NPR's Tom Goldman reporting. I think you told me you're welcome.

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Interview With Body Surfer Nick Betts

The Coastal Athlete Program

03:19 min | 4 months ago

Interview With Body Surfer Nick Betts

"Welcome back to the Costa Athlete Program I'm your host chef. Today, we are joined by one of the men who has helped shape one of the biggest brains and body surfing and skin diving or free diving depending on what you choose to identify as we have on the man, the myth, the legend one of the is behind the camera, the Great Nick Nick so good to have you on the show. Absolutely Beerman so I have to ask right off the top. How. Did you get hooked up with because you and Matlin Gio did I pronounce his last name correctly Lingo. Lingo. Thank you. Everybody listened to the show Torius mispronouncing of names between the two of you. You guys are responsible for the majority of public images released by Ert. How'd you get hooked up hooked up with them in the first place? Actually, not really think about it might be a kind of a blurry stories. So there's a thousand, acre, ranch out east in San. Diego that. I am kind of Co.. Owners of I don't own the ranch, but Munich Jake we. Have kind of put together. What is called earlier twenty ranch and Jake's families owned this thousand Acre property since nineteen twelve and as fifty five. Acre Lake on. A. Cabin. In all kinds of different terrain and stuff like that. So years ago through the rest of a group that started, which is rescued watches also on by rob. Smith We met through him in new that was formerly snipers. So they asked me to come out in check out the ranch in need do some schouten. Stuff. So I went out there and I saw we we're able to shoot to like twenty, six hundred meters and I j like you have no idea what you have here. In will only get some boys out here jigs former military he was air. Force. So. Through my connections, I knew mad at the time and we brought matt out there and just shooting various guns and kind of started doing some photo shoots. No quick just because I want to. I want to date for the audience. 'CAUSE as everybody knows like five years ago gun content could help you when the algorithm whereas now you don't necessarily see the same level of push. So at what point was this this forming up happening? This is probably in twenty seventeen. And So maddie and out in and. That's how I got introduced again and then started doing. Random shoots through MAC. and. Become really close with with union the rest of his family. Really, really big into the brand and and what it stood for. In. The logos and designs in the Surf Culture that was speculating waiting so I ended up getting connected with them through that we do some dies up support any way that I could. has now kind of worked for clandestine media. which the huge military media company does a lot of shoots for a lot of the major manufacturers and kind of had to take a step away because he's been on the road for weeks and weeks and weeks at a time and so ian reach out to the announcement. Step into fill Matt's shoes which are big shoes to fill in. More than happy to do so.

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Treating a Scar

Forever35

02:54 min | 1 year ago

Treating a Scar

"Have a listener sner. WHO's a question about scar? A facial scar high hitting dory I am calling from the good old back Massachusetts I. AM parked in the parking lot. Right by one of my car right on the Boston side Of the river. Where I was just walking my nine-week-old Tuffy who is very very lovely as much? Is that if you try to take him for walks because he will not walk over to lure him with some cheese so he would walk a few steps on the leash Knocking distracted by you know all the geese and I stood directly and smacked my head very very hard into a tree. I'm fine But even bloody and scar and I think and I am just feeling very sad for myself because because this year has been a skincare journey for me and thanks to you guys I finally have beautiful skin. I am like stupidly proud of and getting married in a few you months And now my like Don Vanity. All I can think of is not that I got for walk with my beautiful little puppy On this free everything but gorgeous day in Boston but my thoughts are oh no. I'm GONNA have a huge garden and I had for my wedding So any advice insight about skin care With a facial scar. It's not bad enough that I need to go to Skin but on my head. I'm just being dramatic not like you know whatever put any vice you guys have about. How help wound Not are badly or how to get rid of scars once you have them Especially on your face. Stop on my other skin care products. I will check with a dermatologist. But I'm also just curious to hear from you guys as you are skincare tear gurus. Thank you so much everything you love you both. I love the pod You're the best and Jersey from Boston by well. First of all how low beantown love that dirty water we do. Nail it fenway. which isn't actually that dirty anymore? No Yeah gene Have you consulted with a plastic surgeon. That seems like a good place to go. Yeah Yeah I would consult with them. No disrespect before consulting with US right. Sure I mean I don't I don't have I personally don't have like scart Ert tips nor do I so I would say like get yourself into a doctor and they can probably help you I would I would also take it easy on the products addicts because I'm not sure what can exacerbate scarring and what can help in terms of like actives right love to hear from people who have had facial scarring. Yeah If they have any

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CPD Says Man Walked To Northwestern Hospital After Getting Bitten By Coyote

The Opening Bell

06:30 min | 1 year ago

CPD Says Man Walked To Northwestern Hospital After Getting Bitten By Coyote

"Cart negroes man I Courtney how you doing Hey good morning how are you I'm good in your own coyote watch again aren't you oh my gosh it's been an eventful morning we spotted wound only now right here northwest campus northwestern hospital but it there is this sense in area right on your bank you hear me and we learned about a thirty two year old man got it last night like a few hours ago been around midnight to the ER clustered in that business in the rear and so we came out to see the area where thirty that which was right on Fairbanks near here on an album of the year Takako down here thanks John he thought the curfew he actually walked up to our camera to cross the street crossed Huron and my right away it would be amazing but that's actually the second time that we've encountered a coyote this week alone it's the first encounter was on Monday well one Christine on I don't like surprises you know really notable look you know the book about the fighting did that you know that a five year old was it last night yesterday afternoon at the page go to bart nature medium that child local times in the head taken to the hospital the children's hospital and we're told that child have been stabilized by that we don't know if it's the same with multiple coyotes whatever the one that we saw this morning appear to be a little press seven and also appeared to be injured limping a little bit though kind of scary you know the five year old a boy a bit in Lincoln Park and where did you say the the guy who is a bit in the but that attacked so he was attacked while you're in northwestern hospital camp it though right here pretty much done on Fairbanks near here on and he was walking down the street on their bank on the block of Fairbanks and ended up being bitten on the revised its cargo de and so he went home and you know took care of himself for a little while and then I guess he thought it best to go to the ER thought around midnight showed up at the northwestern ERT report that he got it by this karaoke so yeah that we learned about that but that would you know we're talking about two people being bitten by coyotes and less than twelve hours in the city of Chicago which is pretty unusual and you know both animal experts would tell you coyotes don't want to bother you they don't wanna bite you but whether we're dealing with just this one or or if this is multiple Cayley's whatever the cases they it appears that they appear to be critical and if your TV news photographer and you you've got video of a coyote that that's a good day at work isn't it well yeah John it's pretty excited we've been speculating it on Instagram Facebook and on Twitter at follow out there is a pretty amazing stuff because even on the video you can hear him she will waive the coyote at the crossing the street could be looking at the camera he was coming or die coming for the camera and Donald Michael wait go away so he was pretty amazing though initially totally got it better turned around after cross the street and kind of started running again but yeah pretty interesting stuff you never know what you're going to be in the booklet interesting stuff two three o'clock in the morning yeah for sure animal care and control now says that if you spot a coyote yeah you can call in right three three one one correct actually and interestingly enough that's what we did when we when John and then a coyote this morning we got on the phone to call police let them know that we have spotted it in this area because it was just a few hours after the thirty development and it in the phone a lot pretty much and so we notify police and they in turn can notify animal care troll and were searching for clues that could come out and actually starts for the coyote yeah he's been making a parent if you're on the north side from Linkin park to the Gulf coast so keep your eyes peeled just never know when he's going to make him style make myself now and again in the experts say it's it's really unusual for coyote to approach somebody let alone let alone attack this this is is very odd isn't it Larry and that's why we're wondering out window animal experts you know we can talk later this morning but here it is hi Judy this particular community that will be we spotted this morning the two o'clock hour may even be injured it appears to be limping having some sort of a leg injury perhaps that's the reason why he still corrective is maybe somebody hurt him more he was harmed in some way and now he's not very trustworthy and people so we're not really sure but hopefully the animal care and control could catch up to him and give on the care that he needs but we also know on interestingly enough there was a coyote that was pulled from Lake Michigan and the same day that we initially spotted the coyote on like surprise on Monday there was also a coyote cool from like Michigan icy water diversity responded came out cold film and entreated that coyote but we don't know whatever happened to that coyote if they release them back into the wild or if they still have three in care of this particular coyote felt that so I think we don't know if it's one of the local out here who's the who's the cameraman again who got the video in who we hear on the video showing the coyote away did you see Jon download download and we are to give him his props and also give him time today to go back to the station and get in the editing room and add that clip to his resume highlight reel because you know hello and he'll want to do that was not very often you get voice over work to you yeah yeah that's right clearly we know when we'll be seeing a lot of our channel line all day today and tonight thanks a lot of course he proceeded to report no problem Bobby take care all right have a

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"ert  h" Discussed on Esports Roundtable Podcast: Past, Present and Future of Business in Esports

Esports Roundtable Podcast: Past, Present and Future of Business in Esports

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"ert h" Discussed on Esports Roundtable Podcast: Past, Present and Future of Business in Esports

"Put all of our eggs in that basket and focus solely sports. On I a you know obviously, we white together over a couple of years. When I was at riot, she visits esl specifically around the IM brands and shed load of frustrations that we couldn't find partners The had the experience in east that we wanted combs pawners. Had the experience, but also had the passion for Eastwood. Simply looking for we felt like that was a real gap in the market for experienced experienced senior level. Pros who wanted to you know sort of do all the stuff that PR agencies are supposed to do. Get Great Coverage. Make People's would sound good. But also really wanted to like properly in bed with clients. You to. Help them. Tell the kind of stories that you see traditional sports. At being able to tell because they've had the benefit of like Co, two Hundred Years of a stall on us. So we believe at all, cool the Eastwood's fans, the most valuable audience in the world, not just valuable in terms of how much money can you squeeze out of them but valuable because that so receptive say passionate. So. Grounded in this love for competitive gaming that we think that they are the best possible audience to tell great stories to you know stories, heroes, and defeats and conflict stories about how you put together an a new sports in this post, Internet world. I'm we. We believe we cared enough about the scene to to tell their stories in the working across multiple brands would allow us to do that We were both pretty happy and pretty settled in jobs where we not. And I think would have continued to do what we did for for multiple years, but ultimately it was. Just sort of a confluence of events the ripon is. The right opportunities out that we picked up some amazing clients that we've known for years right off the bat, and it really helps confidence in what we're doing as we take up more projects with more and more excited about opening up storytelling, good combs practices for each.

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"ert  h" Discussed on Esports Roundtable Podcast: Past, Present and Future of Business in Esports

Esports Roundtable Podcast: Past, Present and Future of Business in Esports

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"ert h" Discussed on Esports Roundtable Podcast: Past, Present and Future of Business in Esports

"A really hard time, but somehow the team still have the same feeling of like. If I disappointed this one person I've really made a mistake I. Don't need this person to be mad at me to know that. I'm screwed up or screwed up and so like learning how that mentality existed, and how like that respect was earned, and like what he did as a human being to. Enable his players and help them through their lives in ways. That weren't just. The sport which is like something that I try to model myself on like obviously I have a lot of input when it comes to like the game, but. In terms of helping the player shaped their careers, and like get them through like any sort of trouble that they have during the season. There was a lot of loss this season that I don't think people even realize from a player perspective. Like a lot of players lost somebody in their family or a close relative. It's like stuff like that. That's like really hard to process. I would say like you already watch pressure, and then you have your parents freaking out. You know I get home like upset about this grieving and like them going through stuff like that while you're also on this giant spotlight stage, and like you have to appear strong, it's like it's very stressful, and it's very hard to replicate right when confronted with I experienced for the first time, especially as as a younger person in I mean in a in a high pressure environment like being in the first season of the overwatch to like I can't imagine how much. A parents aren't there. I became much more like everyone always talks about how close allies is, but it's like it became a family because it needed to be right like you can. Player can't go through something like that. Without support like a player can't have a bad day without someone there like back them up and like. Trying to get that environment healthy and keep it healthy. It's like it's the same with everything. Right like when something bad happens, everyone kind of. Like it's just like the way humans are rarely if a catastrophic event happens everyone everyone together, and that's kind of how I think for better for worse. Obviously, it's like allows a lot. A lot of bad things happened in the outlaws world this year and I think gum. It brought everyone closer than even the videos would show in terms of just like how they think. Think, and how they approach each other's mentalities and feelings and stuff, and like it's been one of the things I noticed even even out of the season I was down was I? It was it was very tight, but you know I can complete understand why having nice parents without coach. You know even just gave you an example of what you want to strive for. That sometimes the most important things for.

"ert  h" Discussed on Esports Roundtable Podcast: Past, Present and Future of Business in Esports

Esports Roundtable Podcast: Past, Present and Future of Business in Esports

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"ert h" Discussed on Esports Roundtable Podcast: Past, Present and Future of Business in Esports

"Personal stuff works stuff family duct. You name it, but it's it. It's amazing because I think probably a lot of people naturally. Do, but just having awareness that those are really the four buckets, and thinking about what they mean in terms of how you spend each and every minute new day and I think grey things everyone could benefit from this wholesome I've been diving into blinking. Recently which basically allows you to take awesome snapshots of of kinds of books around fully Schiphol August overboard interest stories, and one of the few been reading this week. Outside of those oblates business asshole. I've been kind of all focused around how he for yourself up on an operational perspective. How can you prioritize hockey? Be More efficient, but at the same time. How can you better identify the subtle Nazis within your teams to kind of walkout to speak to one your boss? One year director reports to a sponsor to everyone. Because you do speak to everyone. Everyone in a slightly different tone something having a higher level ideal like that Affleck. How can I just emotionally remove myself from the situation and just put whatever I need to do in a in a certain area than just approach the day like an animal. That's awesome is one of the things I've been trying to be more cognizant of without having that kind of full book approach by that'll be one thing that'd be looking out for sure Ginza over the next piece is sports has no no working alice while on pretty much at twenty four seven. What do you do in your personal life or in the day?.

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"ert  h" Discussed on Esports Roundtable Podcast: Past, Present and Future of Business in Esports

Esports Roundtable Podcast: Past, Present and Future of Business in Esports

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"ert h" Discussed on Esports Roundtable Podcast: Past, Present and Future of Business in Esports

"Did. I think Joe L. Lost it two days, and that was sixteen inside. Intense yeah, very very intense. His past dream Dream Dream Hack. Unfortunately was. Getting my. Visa in Paris. When the online qualifies happened for Dream, hacks are. We miss those tended to be wires. See Event, which was an absolute disaster. I on the second second day we become y Byu bracket. In in the Bureau C- Hola ATM. We qualified and. As straight from that, we walk straight to the main stage and then played the first. Best of five I think he was? Ended up being an hour day, which was pretty crazy. I mean that's one of the things love about. Those. Three Macabre thought that was never anything around about scale like when I was a kid. Especially you know in the UK? That was those massive. PC banks that was multi play, but like if I wasn't aware of them already missed all night. It was and this is. I was actually talking about this today as well there was. There was a time when in some near the I series. Van Wishes obviously whether cwl Birmingham. Is kind of housed under now? There was a time when that was one of the biggest CS. Lands in Europe the. Teams from all coming to that and. Back was originally like just prior and by that and I'm some really big names. Of all places ended up in Birmingham planning counterstrike. So? It's a shame to see events like that kind of. Job Off I think love that's turned more towards kind of the UK just doesn't consistently produce. Talent in an east sports. So I, guess it's Kinda just? Not as prestigious anymore and. It's also very expensive to run events. Like your hard pressed to find an event the especially about scale. that. Is Guaranteed Touchstone of Prophet so. You can guarantee. The numbers are especially. If it's just a pro play, all spectators then see wide. Some news moved to model whether you know they have. They had a partnership with universal music. We had live cakes on much more focused on the young kid experience. I'm very much a casual gaming. Competitive Gaming Yeah I would love to say talking about UK sports. For. The rest of the show, but I think another episode, maybe another one for sure I think. Just kind of based on what you were saying about the length. Focus required. Ali's torments. The schedule. In general, I think you'll be quite interesting to dive into that because one of the main standouts from infant specifically. is their approach to health and wellness. We've got Taylor who was on the show a few weeks back speaking about his affi behind that I had a conversation with with had a few weeks back his kind of Philosophy moving back from the San Francisco Forty nine of how you GonNa have to scale performance, mental aptitude and focus across not just one specific type like. Say pudgy oversee that we're going to be. Separate roles for an NFL team when you have to. Focus off towards the. Offense Defense Special Team I know Americans Bulls now. As a consultant. That's interesting, so so, what's your? What's your weekly routine like?.

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"ert  h" Discussed on Esports Roundtable Podcast: Past, Present and Future of Business in Esports

Esports Roundtable Podcast: Past, Present and Future of Business in Esports

06:21 min | 3 years ago

"ert h" Discussed on Esports Roundtable Podcast: Past, Present and Future of Business in Esports

"Stadium in Arlington Texas. That was just announced a few months back. I think we kind of touched on there. Briefly was was how real estate is becoming one of the next major areas of investment, free stations, and also they kind of naming right. Potential of of. The potential of naming rights and in arena, long-term activation, actually being a huge amount of value to potential brands and partners. What you're kind of where this is going. I understand that the European market is is definitely slightly slower to invest in the site, but I think giving some some tangible context to an industry like a sports is really helpful for these say older organization. She wrote the head around. Thorough concept of millions of people watching people play games completely boggles the mind of some, but by kind of Tommasi that kind of inactivation, those naming rights of a of a stadium is going to be used for. Years to come. That kind of makes sense. What your thoughts on where we'd say, investment will move in in Europe and also the power of of of this next phase. Share so I just I I think it's unfair to say like Europe is behind in that regard I think ultimately it's just very early stage for in terms of eastward arenas and stadiums like traditionally built by anything like either publishers, themselves or by broadcast companies, so you look in Korea and China. Like. The Oh. Jen like had their facility. Like L. P. L. has had their facility like built facilities in l. a. and Berlin and so I just idea of. Creating like live entertainment locations where people can spend, time can watch. Games can do things like that's GonNa. Be something that every real estate developer is going to figure out 'cause outside of I'd say. People are obviously watching movies with the worldwide a ticket box office for infinity work this past weekend, but people are still watching movies, but. What else they do when they go out other than it. Is I think it's evolving and I think trying to create entertainment spaces that cater to things that people want to do, and and allow people to like have fun and a washing. They WanNA watch different things. They wanted to avert I. think that's GonNa be key now. Does that mean like there will be like a sports arena in every city around the road? I don't know I think on a slightly smaller scale. You can say a lot of countries. Especially Non Western countries in Asia East. Asia Southeast Asia like PC cafes had continued to be like a critical part of gaming culture, and it's not because people don't have access to computers and Internet home. They absolutely do in Muslim countries. But it's that like this. The Pizza cafe represented a social hard where people can go to play games with their friends to join off competitions to like watch a lot of cases do watch youtube, and like watch, other entertainment, and so. I think that type of. That type of concept I think has legs in a lot of other markets where people enjoy playing games watching youtube. Like doing these sorts of things it'll be interesting to see like how. How to be like the rive arena model works because if you look at like which sports have live arenas. And for which sports is it actually economically viable? Have ever be known you need. You need to figure out how financed so if it's financed by, and this is the US, his taxpayer dollars. That's one thing design it's. it doesn't require much private capital to to do but if it's required private capital specific at his level and ultimately. If you're like I. Don't know about the size of the arena built in in Texas are do the size. The riot arenas in L. A. end in Berlin and they're not ten thousand percent arenas. Their studios that are can fit like several hundred attendees in the reality is like that's more to broadcast and create an awesome experience for the broadcast, versus like a standalone real estate business model. Operating like a arrive acid growing alive real estate asset. So like that's just how it is today like. Is that going to change it should. I think it just needs to. There needs to be like a clear central business Even you look at some of these really large stadiums in Rita's. The sports that are occupying the stadiums are live. They need to figure out how to. They work with like live issue, a lot of other companies to fill it with other events, and that's A. It's an expensive. Business to being and you do it well as a very good one. If you don't do it well, it's a very. Think ultimately like how how eastward please end like I have to imagine that there will be some component of east sports either viewership competition like fan, expression, Cetera that will be incorporated into successful real estate opportunities over the coming years, but I don't think there's a clear model for like how this needs to worker how it's going to expand to to more cities. I. We'll have some degree that building local touch points for where fans catch come together is super bowl in that's been prevented and its success globally Cla, hoping that seeing more localized these be those smaller arenas, all all larger stadiums like the ones. Lot of one in Arlington Texas. Really heightened that kind of provides a place, or at least has you for structure internally to allow groups such come together. Like another point, that's worth worth mentioning off. You sign the little. If these large event spaces from sport and music. She'd anti than. A huge huge space. These sports fits in so well with these statistics places. Such interesting I mean I think I might mention a few times on the show, but seeing like if go to, maybe if it's at these days especially in Europe. You'll see. Review Bowl cast of. Fair to shows.

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"ert  h" Discussed on Esports Roundtable Podcast: Past, Present and Future of Business in Esports

Esports Roundtable Podcast: Past, Present and Future of Business in Esports

06:53 min | 3 years ago

"ert h" Discussed on Esports Roundtable Podcast: Past, Present and Future of Business in Esports

"I mean some of the context you're referencing insight. Prior to joining riot is a couple of years working for the BBC that led the original investment right and have stayed pretty close to a lot of the specifically angel investors people exploring opportunities in Iran Games. I think one of the really interesting trends is like more now more than ever. There's a sense of not necessarily. Sports specifically dame specifically, but the cultures within eastwards and gaming are becoming much more part like integrated with mainstream entertainment. And I think that's something where you see the at the end of the day like people. People identify with things that they love to do things that they spend their free time on, and I think the reality is like a handful of games for a great example are great avenues for people who are professionals in other fields, what the professional sports musicians etc to flow steam and have fun, and ultimately you see this like. crossing an intersection of these different worlds, becoming very powerful, because independently. They're already very large like Ninja has a very large audience drake. Obviously, he's a very large audience, but when you actually bring them together, it's really. Impressive to see how much entertainment is created and I think more so than anything. this idea of like these sports is entertainment, and oftentimes now isn't just about seeing like the best team or watching a tournament or the finals. It's about just finding avenues for being entertained, and whether that's competing more now is like music, videos or other online videos or traditional streaming, or whatever I think that that's something which is definitely. Worthwhile for investors to try to understand because this is how this is. How people going forward will want to be entertained and finding the right ways to. Participate in how you commercialized that entertainment time engagement et Cetera I think will be a good opportunity for a lot of different types of investors. and I think that's something. We're east. Sports East force. Leagues in East Teams I. Think now we're getting to the point where there are a small handful of leagues that are now announcing these multi twitch. Twitch deal multi multiyear stint deals, and there is a better understanding of how the business model like works for these leaks, and how that then shares revenue generates revenue for teams but I think overall this idea. You have millions upon millions of people, not just in the US, but all around the road watching daming related content is something that is a. Very powerful and trying to figure out how to participate in that it's going to be important. Subsidy Amazing I. mean seeing the continued. Nobles, Ation and integration of all of. Being a Gamer and you know. Even feel like paying a mobile, or if you're inter the super hardcore, useful side united just seeing how much has changed from my parents generation to my youth, and and I'm not saying that I'm old. Sing. Sing how the landscape is now is. Is Super Exciting I mean in reality, the biggest streamers and these sports players you know they are held in the same regard as a rockstar. And and unlike a like a household name within this. To the movie stars and Rock Stars of today and I think. That at the end of the day like you look at the ones who are the most popular streamers were most popular influencers personalities, and you find that many of them are actually affiliated with. Easter eggs or other brands, or and I think so my point about investment opportunities like as you look at like how people are engaging howdy. Entertainment is being consumed I. Think it's important. Understand like which types of companies are. Are like have leverage over like these people. To to create entertaining content, and I think historically for Rod of. For A lot of you. League of Legends Look at the to see us go a lot of that. Meeting engagement is tied to competitions, but night is really kind of that up. Where Ninja Reynoso Zone invitational in Las Vegas, and there are some of these type of celebrity pro-am invitationals coming up I think it'll be interesting to see like how for. James Light Fortnight. How sports evolves, but then you look back at. 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"ert  h" Discussed on Esports Roundtable Podcast: Past, Present and Future of Business in Esports

Esports Roundtable Podcast: Past, Present and Future of Business in Esports

06:27 min | 3 years ago

"ert h" Discussed on Esports Roundtable Podcast: Past, Present and Future of Business in Esports

"I. Welcome back to the east. Brunswick, report cost what we discussed the past present and future of business. Naples I'm your host hills and today we are rejoined I chasing the APP the fulmer heavy sports for riot. Buys most notably known as an alumni of these roundtable podcast. Of course we joint with Jason's really tune into how the investment landscape has.

"ert  h" Discussed on Esports Roundtable Podcast: Past, Present and Future of Business in Esports

Esports Roundtable Podcast: Past, Present and Future of Business in Esports

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"ert h" Discussed on Esports Roundtable Podcast: Past, Present and Future of Business in Esports

"Understanding coggin are sorry fiscal load period ization in so I really hope to do is work with people in space now to unpack Haagen voting period. Station you know so back to the fiscal side very good at period is the trainer working backwards from gain. A GAME. Day became do that on the cognitive side. You Sports is very much. A cognitive endeavors The physical component is still there because stacked decisions for long periods of time. Our overuse injuries does take specific energy systems. Basically fuel your body and your brain for these long durations. That's always taking consideration. But really it's looking at okay on any given day you know. How can you best optimize that day? So that you can perform best on game day in Kimmy work backwards. It creates a more contextual practice scripts to get these gamers towards game day in the fresh state of the cancer that can execute the highest level on. So that's really what I'm excited about. This spaces in taking that in collaborating with US hollow researchers in neuro science will be bringing in some very interesting people Next coming months since starting to work on some projects to to really start packing that area again getting in really sharing this knowledge to because I think it's very important that because it's so much in its infancy when you work together in kind of help Really collaborating pushes forward. I mean I. I'm seeing like the future. Rollout oral education of how to the embodies various fools arose What society that. Few Refines Ole oldest view these ways of previous becoming more common knowledge. That's US huge is what I'll touch on Arrow quick so I think once we understand the cognitive load periods we could circle back traditional sports rise because again we do a great job on the physical side if we could start to understand the cognitive aspect a little bit more with our completing this bigger picture comprehensive approach to overall optimization and this isn't just for traditional sports it's for Corporate America or any other endeavor that requires you know a some sort of cognitive lower cognitive output Bullet Fascinates me away. It's very Saif five on this. Go ahead and throw it out you know. I think what could happen in the future is. Vr really hits and I it will not really takes off in an actually becomes an immersive experience. I think it'll be like some ready player. One maybe not to that extent but I definitely think there could be something where you have then everything on the physical side up to this point everything will learn on cognitive science from this point forward merge. Then you're basically training a completely different type athlete Rams Digit Lafley that they're GONNA be run jumping moving space but still happens very high level cognitive output. That's really excited. Oh that's pretty cool..

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"ert  h" Discussed on Highly Questionable

Highly Questionable

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"ert h" Discussed on Highly Questionable

"Guide that these one of this plus brothers right one of the slash brothers that's not how shoots but traces brother let's check in with traces brother play centerfield for the aids oh feel like he got it feels like oh no you get nothing oakland a's baseball in the palm of your glove right there oh that's very lucky hold onto that again oh did he hold onto that dominique or you and tree i'm not intrigued but i'm bothered by you always say that great plays are look like that was lucky got up there and he made the catch even week tipped his hat to them so good play you can't do it okay i agree that's not the standard in sports can dan do it but yes that looked like that ball was gonna fall out here you and tree most people intriguing next time they'll make them do that cheek on the pootie because we rough guide you can't do it lands on you you're going to do parkview now that's that again plays brother he'll come after you and play on the network and they'll mlb tonight i want to check in with pedro martinez pedro martinez one of the best pitchers ever it's hard to explain he was very small but he threw very hard and in the dominican republic you know the cliche they have some torn worn items that they use equipment let's check in on the baseball patriots saying that he had in the dominican republic back is this what was hitting the mimicking the end me to hit those false all talks a love sierra.

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"ert  h" Discussed on Highly Questionable

Highly Questionable

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"ert h" Discussed on Highly Questionable

"Saturday on nbc game to avalanche in predators bobby the predators from where are they wear the predators fum sir from still not view oh he was going to get it wrong you ruined the joke filip forsberg did what was it has spun oh oh you gotta look at this again that's playoff hockey how confident are you when you do all oh that is we'd also i'm so very sorry garard you look like a fool dumb you intrigue all cc very intrigued playoff hockey stakes matter and he finished a play you see so often across over that you don't complete or maybe a fancy move with the stick that you don't finish but he hit the shot at the end that's what matters that is all that matter only thing that matt all agree on that he didn't say anything controversial they're popular you and tree see see these gotta learn how to keep their legs close but i mean in the moment like these you know when it's coming to you gotta make sure that that open and he's not there anymore you know you keep your legs up and that's what happened to you you know you can leave again because you're fooling and they're going to start bullying you eventually i'm going to lose the play of the out of the play home expos got shooting you know great good advice nbc sports california as in mariners puppy who is klay thompson you know clay tom thomson.

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"ert  h" Discussed on Highly Questionable

Highly Questionable

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"ert h" Discussed on Highly Questionable

"Well i know so money on that game but the czech only have to worry about paying anything off okay that's good all right let's see what you bet you know okay i think they're probably consequences to that do you questioning mike leach is attainable good question here because mike leach is usually very entertaining less jammer sometimes jamie and then it just becomes long winded and sounds like total loon which is it the weirdest animal you've seen on one of your walks he said he see animals when it gets knowing track record on time in the snow of the kids you know in neighborhood and just curious where this raccoon live to you know and you know there's fresh raccoon tracks and he'd been digging somebody's garbage and so i fold the tracks and i don't even know these people know but he lives right in the back of their house and punch in prussian trees and getting full right approximately where he's at huge l which are hawks foxes coyotes saw in my neighbors front yard poile known in snow if you get to walk up on the cloud and they're under the snow lift of right in front scares the hell out of you walked upon a hurted dear one of the pastors one time seen pheasants but not a lot translink what else real rabbits yes he ran a lot of rabbits.

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"ert  h" Discussed on Highly Questionable

Highly Questionable

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"ert h" Discussed on Highly Questionable

"The you know as in neighborhood and it's just curious where this raccoon live to you know and you know there's fresh raccoon tracks my soul savy show's brought to you by ace the helpful place next you're holding up the line ma'am what did you say you're next in line for the waterslide man feet ford and enjoy the ride okay this does look fun i know the wicked witch of the west on a waterslide surprising what's not surprising how much you could save by switching to geico geiko fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more time played again the has something spooky up his sneath for this writing thirteen give us topics events we questioned didn't even look in its leaves under sleeves he's not wearing really sleeves do you question whether this was appropriate hogan behavior sean and calmer off have beef last night it was rekindled earlier this season marshawn tried to either kiss or lick or peck calmer off and then last night this is what happened they've done all now yeah that's okay again with very aggressive sort of hickey producing that is different this is escalated its playoff hockey before was a pack now we've moved on vicky wait until we get getting seven so we talk about all the fighting in hockey and how we think is kind of a regressive type of sport seems pretty progressive than me they allow all types of relationships love is love what's wrong with them.

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"ert  h" Discussed on Highly Questionable

Highly Questionable

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"ert h" Discussed on Highly Questionable

"Yeah i think you're right you can argue for more upsets this season than you could in any season in recent history for them be playoffs which makes it quite exciting i think i would probably go with you also at boston but i think you have to consider what the pelicans can do because the pelicans have a really good player a top five maybe player in nba even after losing demarcus cousins you can argue that the pelicans are now playing style that's more uptempo that's faster it's more suitable to anthony davis if they're playing basketball there coming around into form now they could be a better team than their record shows i think they have a chance to take down portland stars win in this league stars win all over miami does not have any stars boston does not have any stars the pelicans have a legitimate star who all of us think has been underrated and deserves to win more about anthony davis break out in a way in the playoffs you have not seen that say something defensive you have one shop you she dc boonie but that's it that's doing another one because heat that guys it doesn't matter what your place those in play if he plays we got the notre lies white socks want size going to kill you guys oh plus support thing oh they're running into them to keith the supporting cast of luke babbitt nex highly questionable the weirdest in will you've seen on one of your walks who said he see animals when it gets snowy track recoup one time in the snow.

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"ert  h" Discussed on Highly Questionable

Highly Questionable

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"ert h" Discussed on Highly Questionable

"Yes i think everybody's aboard the johnny football comeback train who doesn't like comeback stored particularly one that involves some substance abuse and this show's been a bit about domestic violence we can't forget that that's also in johnny manziel's pass hopefully you can get past all those things and get back to playing well him playing in this spring football league and doing well as encouraging but on the field i'm not sure whatever the problem we never got to see how good he could be because he was dealing with all these other demons he seems self self aware enough to put that behind him some i'm certainly rooting for 'em how about this stat just a fun bonus brown's fact for you johnny mandel since two thousand fifteen the browns winning his quarterback to win how long has it been since he's playing spring league i never hear of me what is that man is the league full of wash up play it should be oh my god oh most likely get upset in the first round of the nba play on so the producers of the show said the playoffs are about to start how do we talk about and then the question is most likely to get upset in the first round this is going to be pretty predictable first round general is pretty predictable basketball is generally pretty predictable but boston nobody trusts boston right i mean they're so hurt that everybody was jockeying for the position to play boston even though joel embiid is out and you might not trust the seventy sixers boston absolutely the week is seed any team could not boston because boston doesn't have enough starpower.

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"ert  h" Discussed on Highly Questionable

Highly Questionable

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"ert h" Discussed on Highly Questionable

"To this sport and it's terrifying i think the nfl knows that which is why they put in lots of new rules and they put in rules that we consider somewhat drastic because they're trying to protect against their future investment dumb how do you make peace with that though i if i were a former football player and i saw all these reports again and again i would take inventory of my past and then my memory which spooked me if i just simply forgot my keys get spooked no it does spooked me often but i think the way that you reconcile it it's a bit faulty now is you think about what you've been able to provide for your for your family and your kids and all that stuff is super valuable and you feel good about it but if you start to lose your mind as you get older and they have to watch deteriorate and you see the impact that it has on their happiness and their life you think twice about if you made the right decision from the beginning so sometimes you forget things kasur forget these all wait a minute what we have here there thank how did he get to us what's it missing the tackle facemask hit the turf chu chu to you guys all up or the money going back drain all right spring football he's got a month to making decisions got a standing offer from canada and he is eager to get back i don't love humble johnny manziel saying all the right thing i like them reckless johnny manziel trying to play that position not humbled but i'm here for jani menzel having success in that sport 'cause i wanna watch that style of play and i wanna watch what happens with him and the story if indeed he has matured in any way so that the skill set wouldn't have been betrayed by the problems that the problems can be overcome.

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Highly Questionable

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"ert h" Discussed on Highly Questionable

"Nfl to kind of rid the league of these type of guys but i think that's also easy position to take to be honest with their weighing in this decision is not right versus wrong it's value versus trouble and that's what it comes down to reuben foster is a guy that provides a lot of value on the field and the trouble that he provides is not big enough for them to get rid of them and that's because frankly we don't care enough if we cared more they would move them out because it would impact their bottom line impact their team more than it does now but we can't more about whether guys are kneeling or have their fists up and those sorts of things than we do about what reuben foster well the point that he's making is an interesting one the idea that the forty niners themselves would be the ones that would find themselves in this predicament where you've got the league is a moral authority on an issue and they're saying he stays on the roster for now while a guy who kneels see you later what do you make a brit five claimed he might have had house of concussions megan kelly today breaking down with brett farve he was always a gunslinger one of the most amazing sports chievements of our lifetime is that guy playing that position that way and never getting hurt but if you look back at all the hits they took it his career in the way that he played how recklessly was of course he's going to have more countries than the rest because we didn't know what we were doing with the science and he didn't know how unhealthy what he was doing actually was yeah i mean thousand seems like a high number but i'm not sure it's relevant what he speaks to short term memory laws and questioning if he feels that ct is creeping into his brain into his life it's terrifying thing that all former football players do it frankly it's something that i think about when i forget something and it worries me going forward because you fear that the players like him specifically guy who struggle with substance abuse that they can descend into something that's much worse we've seen it with mike webster junior ceo these type of guys is something that is specific.

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Highly Questionable

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"ert h" Discussed on Highly Questionable

"Dominic i can't see this can you former nfl cornerback can you see the desk brian has declined i could see it numerically i can't see it by looking at them running routes physically yeah i mean i'm not sure that it's true i know we all accept it because that's what's been leaked out but i think they kind of change their offense quite a bit he was pretty good he is doing with injuries when tony romo was there but he was pretty good under tony romo after they had a revolving door quarterbacks then they bring a young guy that relies heavily on the running attack and dez bryant not the short catch kinda guy so i think this is getting older so he's definitely gone downhill some but there's some blame to behead by the cowboys offense they ever put them in the best position to succeed we'll see what they do the he was cut just expensive and his feet hurt and he doesn't catch as many balls used to he's hurt these feet they hurt oh yeah he has bad feet that's right well hell i got fits there we go i got my shoes put it right here where everybody for the cowboys they gotta go deal for boys let's see here smell shower or two years old and they cost four cents to purchase in whatever department store purchase them in forty years ago the forty nine years into ties with reuben foster as soon as possible as soon as possible asap the crime he is accused of is a bad one eight to ten punches to his girlfriend's head shattered her eardrum and now the forty niners saying maybe there are more details that come to light the can defend somehow keeping this person employed that team is.

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