Teenager Gauff, former champ Stosur get U.S. Open wildcards

FILE PHOTO: Aug 3, 2019; Washington, D.C., USA; Cori Gauff of the United States hits an overhead against Fanny Stollar of Hungary and Maria Sanchez of the United States (both not pictured) in the womenÕs doubles final of the 2019 Citi Open at William H.G. FitzGerald Tennis Center. Mandatory Credit: …

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US tariffs on video game consoles imported from China delayed to December

The United States Trade Representative (USTR) has included video game consoles in a list of Chinese imports that won’t face tariffs until December 15, while other imports not granted a delay or exemption will see a 10 percent tariff starting September 1. According to The Washington Post, that delay gives …

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Take-Two boss: Gun violence is ‘uniquely American’

Take-Two chief executive officer Strauss Zelnick is on something of a victory lap. The publisher had one of the best earnings reports of the season. This is due to a variety of games, such as Grand Theft Auto V, Red Dead Redemption 2, and NBA 2K. The company also has …

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The IGF 2020 call for judges is now open!

Today’s the day: Applications are now open to serve as a judge in the 2020 Independent Games Festival Awards! As in years past, IGF organizers have issued the call for new judges via this application form. We’re always looking for new game developers, journalists and academics to be a part of the judging …

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Gauff, 15, handed wild card to play at US Open

The American became an overnight sensation in July when she reached the fourth round of Wimbledon, beating the likes of idol Venus Williams in the process. The teenager claimed the women’s doubles title at the Citi Open earlier this month, where she partnered with 17-year-old Catherine McNally. Recently Gauff told …

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