RECKON you could be a Fortnite pro? Well it turns out there's plenty of money to be made – if you've got the necessary gaming chops. Esports professionals who choose Fortnite as their go-to game can earn hundreds of thousands of pounds in prize winnings alone. Gaming tournament tracker EsportsEarnings.com has revealed the highest-earning Fortnite players. Top of the list is American Timothy Miller, who plays under the moniker "Bizzle". Miller has amassed an incredible £242,820 in prize winnings. That's not bad considering Fortnite's multiplayer mode is only a year old. Next up is Jake Brumleve, better known by his gamer tag "POACH", who has earned a whopping £210,338. And in third place is Austin Etue – a.k.a "Morgausse" – who has a tidy £189,170 fortune thanks to Fortnite. It's worth noting that nine out of the top 10 Fortnite prize winners are American. The only exception is Dmitri Van De Vrie, a Dutch native who ranks 7th on the list for his gaming … [Read more...] about Fortnite can make you RICH – here’s how much money pro players like Ninja actually earn
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REVERE — In her three-bedroom duplex with a sloping backyard overlooking the rolling hills of the neighborhood, Patricia Carbajal thought about the life she’d worked so hard to build and everything that was now at risk. Curled up in her bed was her 4-year-old daughter, Camila, who wanted to snuggle. Downstairs was the television that Patricia wanted to be near. She was anxiously awaiting word on whether the Trump administration would cancel the program that has allowed her to live and work in the United States — a status given to her and tens of thousands of other Honduran immigrants nearly two decades ago, regardless of whether they had come to the United States legally.“You want to go downstairs and watch the news with mommy?” Patricia asked. “Vamos a cocinar. I have to cook.”What she really had to do was listen to the news. And so, curled up for a few minutes more with Camila, she strained to hear the Univision report on the TV downstairs.So … [Read more...] about After 19 years, the US has become home. But for how much longer?
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Shelley Murphy Globe Staff July 20, 2018 A Massachusetts State Police trooper has admitted receiving free guns from a state-contracted firearms dealer and is cooperating with prosecutors in an ongoing criminal investigation into the sale of department weapons, according to two people familiar with the probe.Trooper Robert Outwater testified earlier this month before a state grand jury investigating allegations of wrongdoing involving at least two former troopers who worked alongside Outwater in the armorer’s unit, the sources said.Attorney General Maura Healey’s office launched the investigation two years ago into allegations that the three troopers sold about 500 used State Police guns to a Greenfield firearms dealer in 2015 on behalf of the department. The troopers allegedly received nearly two dozen of those weapons as personal gifts, the Globe … [Read more...] about State Police trooper admits getting free guns, is cooperating in criminal probe
PLYMOUTH, Mass. – She watched her sister dying, slumped over her kitchen table, unconscious and gasping. When the police and paramedics came, they turned her sister onto the floor and sprayed naloxone up her nose—once, then a second dose. The anti-opiate did its work in minutes: Her sister woke up. Three days later, she opened the door to the police again. Derek Back, a police officer in plainclothes, and Tiffany Duggan, an addiction recovery coach, hadn’t come with an arrest warrant but a potential lifeline: a bed in a drug treatment facility.Story Continued Below “I’m praying she comes back,” the 56-year-old woman said of her sister, whom she hadn’t seen since that night. “It’s the only way she’s going to get help.” The nation’s opioid epidemic, which has raged across New England, killing more than 15,000 since 2014, has come again and again to this small apartment in the region’s oldest town. The woman … [Read more...] about ‘The Police Aren’t Just Getting You In Trouble. They Actually Care.’
Leasha Ali had been drunk for the last two days, but she didn’t want to be anymore. The 39-year-old math teacher and mother of two was in a spiral familiar to anyone who’s struggled with addiction. A difficult event — a hospitalization, thanks to lingering symptoms from a birth defect — had stressed her to the breaking point, and then she’d gotten home and found herself alone in her house, depressed and unable to sleep. After a few days without drinking, she gave in, and spent the next 48 hours on a bender. On the second night, January 8th of this year, she got an email from the hospital. Her liver enzymes had been dangerously high — even before the days of abuse. The birth defect that put her in the hospital had already left her with several damaged organs. Afraid of hurting another, she searched the test results in Google. Right there at the top was an ad for rehab. “I thought to myself, ‘Oh my God, even Google knows I need … [Read more...] about How disreputable rehabs game Google to profit off patients