Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on November 5, 2015 at 7:33 pm Contact Paul: email@example.com | @pschweds Linebacker Parris Bennett (upper body), defensive end Luke Arciniega (upper body), cornerback Corey Winfield (lower body) and wide receiver Sean Avant (lower body) are all out with injuries for Syracuse’s (3-5, 1-3 Atlantic Coast) matchup at Louisville (4-4, 3-2) on Saturday at 12:30 p.m.No other players are listed on the injury report, which means junior hybrid Ben Lewis is expected to return after missing the last two games with an upper-body injury.Bennett is second on Syracuse in total tackles with 44 while Winfield leads the Orange with two interceptions and three pass breakups. Arciniega has the second most sacks on SU with four as well as 5.5 tackles for loss. Avant has four receptions for 37 yards this year.Linebacker Ted Taylor is behind Bennett on the two-deep depth chart at strong-side linebacker while cornerbacks Wayne Morgan and Julian Whigham are listed behind Winfield. Arciniega and Avant are listed as backups.For continued Syracuse-Louisville coverage, click here. For coverage via Twitter, follow @DOSports.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments
In the last National League outing against Kilkenny, the Premier County missed a number of good opportunities to find the net before going down to a last-gap defeat at Nowlan Park.Tipp resume their Division 1A campaign against defending champions Waterford at Semple Stadium on Sunday.They will be without the services of Jason Forde and James Barry due to injury but Seamie Callanan and Kieran Bergin are available for selection once again.. Michael says that while it was disappointing not to see the green flag raised during the clash with the Cats he’s happy that his side is creating goal chances.Throw in at Semple is at 3 PM on Sunday with full live coverage on Tipp FM in association with Alliance Medical, South Tipperary General Hospital, Clonmel.
Lifestyle and marketing agency Engine Shop has today announced the acquisition of The Gamer Agency (TGA), an esports strategy, event production, and development company. Brian Gordon, Engine ShopTGA was a part of GameCo Inc., a company focused at the convergence of esports, gaming and casinos. We’ve covered their rise extensively, and spoke to company founder and CEO Blaine Graboyes back in July ahead of him speaking at our Betting on Esports conference in London. GameCo is the creator of the Video Game Gambling Machine (VGM) which is already in a number of land based casinos in North America, and we expect we’ll see it expand its footprint globally in 2018. Blaine Graboyes, GameCo CEO, said of this latest news: “We are very proud of the growth and development of TGA which has become among the foremost authorities bridging marketers into esports. Engine Shop’s expertise in Engagement and Experiential marketing will enhance its offering to the market.“We look forward to continuing to collaborate with them to meet the needs of the global esports marketplace.”Engine Shop meanwhile is a Bruin Sports Capital company, which has evidently seen the light of esports and decided to do something about the vast opportunities that currently exist within this world. TGA operates exclusively in esports and specialises in strategy, tournament and event production, and broadcast production too. The agency designed and continues to operate the Mixer NYC Studio digital production facility at the flagship Microsoft Store in New York. Brian Gordon, Engine Shop, CEO stated: “By acquiring TGA, we are adding a team with profound expertise and connections in esports to our existing consumer engagement business model. It will enable us to create and activate esports solutions for brands looking to tap in to this passionate community of fans and endemics seeking to broaden their offering and expand their fan base.” Esports Insider says: We’ve long been impressed by GameCo’s work which includes The Gamer Agency. It looks a smart acquisition by Bruin Sports Capital as they move into the world of esports, and we’ve no doubt this’ll mean plenty more events popping up in NYC and further afield, as well as plenty more news from TGA.
The cleanup project is expected to cost approximately $250,000, which has already been put in the City’s 2010 budget. The City of Fort St. John will be holding its annual tax sale of various properties.Unless delinquent property owners in Fort St. John pay up three years worth of taxes, by Monday at 10 a.m., their properties will be sold at a public auction.- Advertisement -The auction will start at a minimum bidding price depending on the property.As of Sept. 9, there were 25 properties listed by the City as being up for tax sale. By Friday, that number has dropped to three.Any successful bidder on a property will have to immediately pay the city the amount bid.Last year, the land around the Fort Hotel went up for tax sale. If the owner doesn’t pay all taxes owing on the property by Monday, then the City will take over ownership. Mayor Bruce Lantz told Issues and Answers on Wednesday, that if that happens, the City would begin immediate remedial action to clean up the property.Advertisement