Continuing one of our favorite weekly rituals, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead has released a new live video, the 77th entry in their, “Rad Tracks Thursday” series. This week, the band has offered up their performance of “I Know You Rider” from their Brooklyn Bowl show on March 26th of this year, the final night of a sold out three-night stand.You can stream the 10-camera, pro-shot video produced by Foggy Notions Productions below:This week, the band also offered up a free download of their weekly video. But don’t delay–the download link will expire on November 16th.You can catch Joe Russo’s Almost Dead this weekend in southern California, at House of Blues San Diego tomorrow (11/11) and Oakland’s Fox Theater on Saturday (11/12).
Submit Share Paf CRO Daniela Johansson wins SPER’s Swedish leader of the year June 11, 2020 Share Veikkaus calls for early introduction of Finnish age verification measures August 28, 2020 Related Articles Paf pays additional €40m in dividends to ease coronavirus impact April 20, 2020 StumbleUpon Finnish state-owned gambling operator Paf has announced that it will donate approximately €20 million to national charities and social initiatives, following its full-year 2016 financial update.A year of corporate restructuring, which saw Paf appoint former Tain Networks Executive Per Sahlberg as its new CEO. Paf would report flat-line corporate revenues of €113 million (FY 2015: €110 million).Nevertheless, Paf metric performance would be weighed down by a significant increase in corporate expenses to €34 million.Closing its full-year 2016 performance, Paf governance would declare a fall in group operating profits to €15.2 million down 22% on FY 2015’s €22.7 million.Updating investors Paf governance detailed that restructuring costs undertaken in 2016 would contribute directly to corporate growth in foreseeable future.Presenting his first results as Paf CEO Christer Fahlstedt, said: “We have been able to keep the momentum and deliver a relatively strong result, considering the circumstances.“Aside from a few non-recurring items, the operative result of 2016 is in line with the strong trend of the previous year. Paf’s product has gained competitive edge during the year, and we have many exciting innovations and new functions in the pipeline for 2017.“In addition, we are implementing some organisational changes to gradually create optimal conditions for moving forward even faster as an organisation and as a company.”
Whilst Dr Pepper Germany is a fairly substantial name to attract as a sponsor, German esports organisation mousesports has not stopped there. This morning, the brand announced a new head sponsor in Vodafone. The partnership begins immediately, and the new jersey prominently displays the world famous brand.Today marks a milestone in mouz history. We are excited to present you @Vodafone_de as our new head sponsor. #goREDhttps://t.co/bhrRWkQbdu pic.twitter.com/rKuycv31RQ— mousesports (@mousesports) May 31, 2017The release on the mouz website states that the partnership is a match made in heaven. Both brands prominently feature the “iconic red colour” and both have “deep roots in Germany and the digital world”. “In Vodafone, we have found a strong and attractive brand that shares our passion and wants to shape the growth of mousesports and esports together. Connectivity is the lifeblood of esports and we are glad to not only have gained the best, but also the internationally most renowned partner”, commented mousesports CEO Cengiz Tüylü.“Gamers need high speed and that’s what we stand for. As the Gigabit company with the fastest top speeds in the country, we are driving the Gigabit society forward – and we’re proud to actively take another step in this direction with our commitment to mousesports. As communications are becoming more and more interconnected, the same is happening in sports with esports. High speed Internet is a natural and vital prerequisite for esports – for teams as well as the fans themselves! With our commitment, we want to rstand for competition, fairness and sportsmanship – on and off the server!”, revealed Gregor Gründgens, Director Brand Marketing at Vodafone Germany.Vodafone will support all of mousesports esports endeavours, including its Street Fighter V, Dota 2, CS:GO and Vainglory teams. The statement also reveals that mousesports will start working with Vodafone during the upcoming bootcamps, and there’ll be plenty of social media content across Vodafone and mous’ respective channels. Esports Insider says: Dr Pepper and now Vodafone? Two very red and fitting brands for mousesports as they attract two non-endemic sponsors in just a matter of days. Congratulations to both parties, we look forward to seeing the content.