Aug 11, 2018

Not Enough Resources: Episode 36 - Sexism at Riot Games, Smash Brothers Ultimate, Overwatch League celebrations, EVO 2018

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Thanks to a hectic few weeks, there isn’t much to talk about in now playing, but that means we jump straight into news.

Earlier this week Kotaku published a incredibly in-depth investigative journalism piece concerning rampant sexism at Riot Games, the creators and publishers of League of Legends. Dylan dives into his disappointment of this new light shown on one of his favorite developers and we discuss how to be a better ally for women in gaming.

On a brighter note, there was a whole bunch announced for the upcoming Super Smash Brothers Ultimate. So much so that Ryan is forced to eat his foot on calling the game a mere port of the Wii U version.

In the competitive corner we break down what Ryan refers to as the Stomping Grounds Clause in the Overwatch League, which is preventing Inaugral Season Champions the London Spitfire, from hosting a player meet n’ greet/celebration in Seoul Korea.

To close, we briefly touch on GSL vs The World and SonicFox’s impressive run at EVO 2018.