Scalpers are still snatching up PS5s

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    PS5 and Xbox Series X consoles are still incredibly hard to buy and scalpers are still likely a big part of the reason why. A new scalper group has emerged, called Carnage, boasting that they snatched up 2,000 PlayStation 5’s from UK retailer GAME. They even commented about how easy it was.

    Meanwhile, a Mortal Kombat pro was banned from a tournament for taking a small jab at NetherRealm Studios. TitaniumTigerzz changed their Sheeva variant name to “WhyDidNRSdothis?” mid finals during the Mortal Kombat Pro Kompetition: North American League – NA West Week 2 indicating some of Sheeva’s kit is overpowered and easy to use. In an unprecedented move, TitaniumTigerzz was banned on stream mid-match and the rest is FGC history.

    Overseas, the EU is fining Valve, Bethesda, Capcom and others for geo-blocking and it could cost the companies upto $9.4 million dollars. Valve alone is looking at a $2 million dollar fine.

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    [The Gamer] Scalpers Acquire 2,000 More PS5s, Boast That It “Keeps Getting Easier Every Time”

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    [Engadget] EU fines Valve and major game publishers for geo-blocking titles

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