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OfflineTV recruits popular Twitch streamers QuarterJade, Masayoshi, and Sydeon in November (Provided by Andrew Amos – Dexerto)

Katelyn Lee and Mustang Staff

The popular OfflineTV streaming organization has expanded with the addition of popular Twitch streamers QuarterJade (750k Twitch followers), Masayoshi, and Sydeon in November. The 24 year old Valorant streamer, QuarterJade, also plays League of Legends, Among Us, and Minecraft.

According to CNBC, this year the TikTok platform reached 1 billion active users, but still trails Facebook’s 2.85B monthly active users. In June, President Biden revoked and replaced President Trump’s executive orders that banned TikTok in the US. This year the TikTok videos with the most views included video clips from social media influencers like Charli D’Amelio (126M followers), Addison Rae, and Zach King.

In honor of Halloween, musician Halsey cosplayed as Lord Azula from Avatar the Last Airbender, posting her face paintings on Twitter and other platforms.  

YouTube gamer PewDiePie accused the Netflix series Squid Game of plagiarizing from anime shows. Dexerto’s Brent Koepp reports that Pewds asked, “Why is no one talking about how Squid Game is like ripping off all these animes – Kaiji and Liar Game, ain’t nothing new! Right?!”

TikTok influencer Bella Poarch will be the new face of HyperX’s Quadcast S Microphone. In August Poarch released her Inferno music video starring numerous streamers including Valkyrae, Pokimane, Tommyinnit, Lily Pichu, and QuarterJade.

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Mike Tyson stated that he might consider fighting Logan Paul if offered Floyd Mayweather money (around $100 million). This summer Paul lost to Mayweather in an entertaining exhibition fight where Paul boasted of his mint condition Charizard card valued at $1M. 

Schools across California were warned about the Devious Licks pranks promoted on TikTok, where students tried to steal from and prank teachers and staff. Tiktok has actually banned the search words Devious Licks completely, however, crafty Tiktok users continue to make DL videos by purposely misspelling the word to bypass the system. A counter-response to DL has been the Angelic Yield, where students clean up the mess made by DL pranksters. AY samaritans will replace stolen bathroom soap, return tissue boxes, and repair damaged school property. One can hope the Angels defeat the Deviants.

At Garvey, one teacher’s doorstop was reported to be stolen, but later returned.