If it’s Christmas, it must be time to learn what America shoved inside itself. The only worthwhile holiday tradition pushes on.
After MMA fighter Evangelista “Cyborg” Santos suffered a gruesome skull fracture in a Bellator fight against Michael Page, his ex-wife set up a GoFundMe page to raise money for his medical bills. Santos ended up not needing that money, and now he’s giving it to a good cause.
HTC and Valve’s Vive VR headset lets you physically move around in virtual reality. You can walk, run, jump, flail your arms, and all that good stuff. You can also be a shambling disaster zone.
Hai Lam, the team captain and accomplished player for the North American League of Legends eSports team Cloud9, has been pushed into retirement due to a longstanding wrist injury. While Hai said that he’ll stay on in C9 as its “Chief Gaming Officer,” his departure comes at a critical time for his beleaguered team.
Colorado mother Nikki Harding went 35 years without breaking a single bone. Then she bought Kinect for the Xbox 360.
Between January 1, 2004 and January 1, 2009, 696 gaming-related injuries were reported in the United States. How are gamers hurting themselves?