Jun 10, 2021
How to Unlock New Widowmaker Skin in Overwatch
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Overwatch has just released its newest Widowmaker skin on Wednesday as the game's third skin for her in a few months.How to Unlock New Widowmaker Skin in Overwatch
As stated on the Overwatch League Twitter, Widowmaker will be given a new legendary skin titled, "Ange De La Mort," as part of a featured skin for the circuit's June Joust tournament.The skin is textured in a black and gray palette adorned with spider-like stylings across the entire outfit for Widowmaker.
No one can hide from the Angel of Death ⚔
Get medieval and celebrate the June Joust with the new legendary Widowmaker skin, "Ange De La Mort."
Available NOW ? https://t.co/fdvDEhcS7Y pic.twitter.com/YIF4fPSmVk— Overwatch League (@overwatchleague) June 9, 2021
The skin is currently released in the item shop in the Overwatch League skins tab of the page. After finding the special edition skins, the Ange de la Mort skin will cost 200 Overwatch League tokens in order to purchase it. As players can buy 100 tokens for $5, it will cost about $10 if players choose to use their own money to buy it.
Those who do not wish to spend any money for the skin can still have a chance to get the skin by watching Overwatch League matches live, in which players will accrue League tokens that can be used for this skin, among others. Watching live Overwatch League matches will gather five tokens for every hour watched.
As opposed to getting the Overwatch League Mercy skin for free during the June Joust, players will have to spend some time in order to gather the appropriate amount of tokens, at least 40 hours of live matches in order to get it without spending a cent. Fans will have to act quick and watch a lot of Overwatch as the Ange de la Mort Widowmaker skin will be in the store until June 21.
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NBA Drops Hammer on Joel Embiid After Sixers-Hawks Altercation
Getty Joel Embiid and Clint Capela have been trash-talking each other in French in the Eastern Conference semifinals.
Joel Embiid didn’t believe he should have been charged with a technical foul following his altercation with John Collins in Game 6. Now the Philadelphia 76ers star has been fined $35,000 on top of it.
Embiid was very vocal about his innocence after Collins hacked him and shoved him on the floor. Trae Young appeared to have instigated the incident by pushing Embiid into Collins. Look at the replay. Be the judge.
Meanwhile, the NBA sided with the Atlanta Hawks and delivered a hefty fine on the four-time All-Star center. Hawks reserve Bruno Fernando was suspended for Game 7 for his role in the dust-up. He ran onto the court from his seat on the Hawks’ bench.
Joel Embiid receiving a $35 thousand fine for “escalating the situation” as Trae Young shoves him into Collins is wild
Being a massive human being is not a fine-able offense
No fine for either John Collins or Trae Young pic.twitter.com/X1RUNPzohR
— Sean Barnard (@Sean_Barnard1) June 20, 2021
“Well, I got a tech for it and I didn’t think it was an offensive foul,” Embiid told reporters after Game 6. “I was just trying to stay calm and had my hands up, and sometone was pushing me from the back and I don’t understand why I got a tech but I guess it is what it is.
“I was hacked all night and I don’t think I got to the free-throw line until I got to the fourth quarter. But, you know, it was quesitonable but we got the win and that’s all that matters.”
The Sixers and Hawks resume their second-round playoff series on Sunday night at 8 p.m. in Philadelphia. The winner will advance to play the Milwaukee Bucks in the Eastern Conference Finals.
and the rumors are true…
we're wearing white ???? pic.twitter.com/le8Ta0idHV
— Philadelphia 76ers (@sixers) June 20, 2021Sixers Ready to Take of Business in Game 7
The Sixers haven’t won a Game 7 since 2001 when Allen Iverson and company beat the Milwaukee Bucks 108-91 in the Eastern Conference Finals. And no Philadelphia sports team has won a Game 7 since the Flyers did it in 2011.
Philadelphia teams haven't won a Game 7 in over a decade (0-4) — pic.twitter.com/GGPYWARRvZ
— Bob Vetrone Jr. (@BoopStats) June 19, 2021
But history was meant to broken, right? The Sixers have their sights set on a championship this year. Get out of their way.
“We’re a confident team. We know we can beat this team,” Ben Simmons said after Game 6. “We got to go out and do it. That’s what we’re supposed to do. Everybody has to do their job and play a full 48 [minutes].”
Better yet, the Sixers get to play Game 7 in front of their home fans in the (sometimes) friendly confines of the Wells Fargo Center.
#OTTNO ???? pic.twitter.com/5w5hMqrfF4
— Ben Simmons (@BenSimmons25) June 19, 2021
“I’m at home, in front of the home crowd, so it’s the perfect setup for us to win,” Embiid said. “Keep the same mentality, 48 minutes, no let down. Make the ball, share the ball, get the ball to the right people and we’re going to be fine.”Tobias Harris Explains Waking Up After Game 5
Blowing a 26-point lead at home and getting booed off the court isn’t a good feeling. That’s what happened to the Sixers in Game 5. But, as demoralizing as that was, it’s all in the rear-view mirror. Onward and upward.
Agreed smh. That ain’t it!!!! https://t.co/aO80kP125x
— Tobias Harris (@tobias31) June 12, 2021
“I always say it hits you even worse, when you wake up and you face reality [the next morning],” Tobias Harris said. “But you got to go back to work, you can’t live in the past. You learn from it and be in the present moment and push forward.”