Stuck at home during lockdown, many people have been playing games on their computers. That has boosted the fortunes of some major game developers, others in the industry are not doing so well.
The F1 season is finally set to start in Austria. A lot's changed in lockdown — many teams feared for their finances, while some drivers discovered either their inner online gamers, or perhaps their political conscience.
The absence of real sport has seen the digital arena suddenly pose an interesting alternative to fans missing sport. What does the arrival of this virtual world of sport mean?
An esports tournament in Berlin was still held remotely, after measures to slow the spread of coronavirus shuttered the arena. Formula One also sought to move racing to online, to fill the massive void in sports.
An anti-malarial drug, which Donald Trump has admitted taking, has been connected to an increased risk of death. And the WHO has warned of an explosion of polio and cholera. Follow DW for the latest.
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