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A familiar face to both sports fans and general TV viewers, Dhani Jones was a bit of a Renaissance man. Born in San Diego, California in 1978, Jones was a tremendous high school athlete, with success in basketball, football, and track. His record on the football field eventually led him to the University of Michigan, where he was a three time All-Big Ten honoree during his collegiate football career. Jones would go on to begin his professional football career in 2000 playing for the New York Giants. Over the next several years, he would play for the Philadelphia Eagles and the Cincinnati Bengals before retiring in 2010. Before his final season was even over however, Jones was already staring on his first TV series, “Dhani Tackles the Globe” (Travel, 2009-2010), which found the avid traveler diving headfirst into a new and dramatically different culture in each episode, learning that culture’s local sport, and competing in it at a professional level by the episode’s end. Jones’ likable presence made the show a hit, but he had other projects in mind before pursuing his next TV series, launching the company BowTie Cause, selling high-end bow ties to benefit charities. He did eventually return to the screen however, acting as both host and potential investor on “Adventure Capitalists” (CNBC, 2016-), a reality series on which inventors and entrepreneurs pitched Jones and his co-hosts to invest in their adventure/outdoor companies.
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Dhani Tackles the Globe is an American documentary television series hosted by NFL linebacker Dhani Jones of the Cincinnati Bengals, currently airing on the Travel Channel; the series follows Jones around the globe as he learns how to play international sports and simultaneously explores the culture of each location.
Original Name: Dhani Tackles the Globe
Number of Seasons: 2
Number of Episodes: 20
Home Page: Click here to visit
Network(s): Travel Channel
First Air Date: March 19, 2009
Last Air Date: June 21, 2010
Episode Runtime: 60 mins
Primary Year: 2009
Spoken Language(s): English
Origin Countries: United States of America
- Season 1 — 10 Episodes — Air Date: March 16, 2009
- Season 2 — 10 Episodes — Air Date: April 19, 2010
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Dhani Tackles the Globe is a 60 minute action-adventure-documentary-sport starring and Dhani Jones as Lead/Host. The series premiered on Mon Mar 16, 2009 on Travel Channel and Nepal (S02E10) last aired on Mon Jun 21, 2010.
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Today in Philly Sports History: Dhani Jones Tackles the Travel Channel, 2009
For three seasons in the mid-00s, Dhani Jones served as a linebacker for the Philadelphia Eagles, averaging about 50 tackles a season and chipping in with the odd interception, fumble recovery or semi-accidental sack. And as you saw him doing battle against the offensive lines of the Redskins and Cowboys, you thought to yourself “Man, this guy would make a great host for a show on the Travel Channel.” The inevitable thus came to fruition on March 16th, 2009, as Jones’ new travel series debuted, Dhani Tackles the Globe.
The show featured Dhani going to various different countries and learning how to play sports that are unfamiliar to most Americans. He learned about rugby in England, Schwingen in Switzerland, and Dragon Boat Racing (uh, sure) in Singapore, all while doing a little learning about the indigenous cultures he was visiting on the side. Had this been a couple years earlier, the obvious question would’ve likely abounded on this blog “Shouldn’t he be traveling in America, y’know, learning football?” But by that time Jones had long since departed for the Cincinnati Bengals, and thus making such lame jokes was no longer our responsibility.
Can’t say I ever saw an episode myself, but reviews–and by reviews, I mean reader comments on the one article about the show that Enrico wrote here on the Level–appeared to be generally positive. “the show is actually very entertaining,” wrote reader troy Youhas. “i especially enjoyed the
episode where he goes to thailand to learn muay thai boxing. not that
him learning the sport was that entertaining, but watching a cab drop
him off in the red light district and take off was pretty entertaining.” Meanwhile, reader Brandon voices his approval of Dhani as a general TV personality, claiming him “just a humble guy doing whatever he feels like. You can’t put a label OR limitations on Dhani. Cool dude.” Finally, reader Anthony Bourdain (yes, that Anthony Bourdain–well, maybe anyway) chastises Enrico for his assertion that “there’s never anything good on the Travel Channel,” claiming “Dude, No Reservations is an awesome show — you’re missing out.”
I gotta say, I agree, Enrico. Quit being such a hater.
Season 3 of Adventure Capitalists Won’t Be on CNBC’s Schedule
Current Show Status
Adventure Capitalists Season 3 — Canceled
Aired Tue 11/14/2017
Season 2: Episode 6
10 episodes total
New investment show
Adventure Capitalists is a CNBC reality investment show that originally premiered on August 22nd, 2016 for its first season and has since been renewed for a second installment, which kicked off on October 10th, 2017 with brand new episodes. Produced by 3 Ball Entertainment, the program features Dhani Jones, Craig Cooper and Jeremy Bloom as the investors ready to support the projects that they find worthwhile. The series is executive produced by Todd A. Nelson, DJ Nurre, Ross Weintraub, Grady Candier, Jim Ackerman and Marshall Eisen.
Hopeful entrepreneurs pitch their projects that have to be related to the great outdoors, and the Adventure Capitalists put the products through the ultimate endurance test in different terrains and under different conditions. The three investors/hosts are entrepreneurs and thrill-seeking athletes. The products that are pitched to them are all related to the great outdoors and are aimed at changing the rules of the game. The list includes an acoustic shark repelling gadget, an electric propeller for paddleboards, windproof tents, a smart helmet system, an underwater jetpack and other curious objects designed to make extreme activities a little less extreme. The episode settings include ocean, desert, lake/mountain and coastal forest. Shawn Johnson will join the cast for the second season.
|1||Sandstone Country||Oct 10, 2017|
|2||Streets||Oct 17, 2017|
|3||Ocean||Oct 24, 2017|
|4||Canyonlands||Oct 31, 2017|
|5||Snow||Nov 7, 2017|
|6||Ice||Nov 14, 2017|
|1||Lake/Mountain||Aug 22, 2016|
|2||Desert||Aug 29, 2016|
|3||Ocean||Sep 5, 2016|
|4||Coastal Forest||Sep 12, 2016|
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Dhani Jones Booking Agent, Speaker Fees & Contact Info
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Dhani Jones played linebacker in the NFL from 2000-2010 with the New York Giants (2000-2003), Philadelphia Eagles (2004-2006) and Cincinnati Bengals (2007-2010). Jones was used sparingly by the Giants in 2001 after being picked in the 6th round of 2000 draft, but in 2002 he became one of New York’s everyday linebackers, posting 82 tackles and an interception in 15 games played. The next season in 2003, he set a then-career-high in tackles with 120. In 2004, his first in Philadelphia, Jones started at right linebacker for the team and recorded 72 tackles. That season, he helped Philadelphia to a 13-3 overall record and appearance in Super Bowl XXXIX.
After signing with Cincinnati before the 2007 season, Jones had a career renaissance as a member of the Bengals. He posted 90 tackles during his first year with the team and from 2008-2010, he started every game, posting three consecutive 100-tackle seasons. His best performance came in his last professional season in 2010 when, at the age of 32, he set a new career-best in tackles with 125. In total for his career, Jones recorded 889 tackles along with 9.5 quarterback sacks. Jones was born on February 22, 1978 in San Diego, California. He played college football at the University of Michigan, where he was a three-time All-Big Ten selection. Off the gridiron, Jones has enjoyed a successful broadcasting career serving as host for such shows as Vh2’s Ton of Cash and Travel Channel’s Dhani Tackles the Globe and CNBC’s Adventure Capitalists.
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// WITH HAMMER
The personal belongings of Marilyn Monroe and Elvis Presley will be up for sale at Julien’s in Las Vegas on June 26 and 27. According to the organizers, the auction will sell a lot of curious items directly related to the life of the stars. In particular, it will be possible to purchase Marilyn Monroe’s curlers, her famous fur cape, trousers, dresses, pajamas, a suitcase, receipts for the purchase of alcoholic drinks, several checks she signed and even a couple of bricks from the house where her life ended.Of particular interest to collectors, according to Julien’s, will be Monroe’s white umbrella, who participated in the famous photo shoot in 1949 (starting price of $ 16,000), and a bathrobe, which, according to the auction house, was on the movie star in the last hours of his life (starting price $ 6000). Monroe’s photographs will also be auctioned.
As for the personal belongings of the king of rock and roll, the main lot is a massive ring with lapis lazuli (estimate $ 20 thousand). A large section is made up of medical supplies – packaging and bottles of Elvis Presley pills (from $ 800 to $ 1200 apiece), as well as a nose syringe and a leather suitcase that belonged to the singer’s personal doctor, George Nikopolous.
// NOT INCLUDED
Housewife made bookmakers rich
The loss of the Scottish housewife Susan Boyle in the finals of Britain’s Got Talent brought a solid profit to the British bookmakers. Boyle, 48, was the undoubted favorite: according to the bookmaker William Hill, Susan’s chances of winning were estimated at 8 to 11. Susan Boyle had a triumphant victory in the first round of the competition, megapop popularity on the Internet (youtube video with her performance of the song “I Dreamed a Dream “from the musical Les Miserables was viewed by over 100 million people), strong media support (before the finale, she managed to visit the TV show of Larry King and Oprah Winfrey).However, according to the results of the audience vote, the main talent of Great Britain was recognized not by her, but by the Diversity dance group from the English county of Essex, despite the fact that in the ratings of bookmakers she was not even included in the top five. A William Hill spokesperson admitted that on this “greatest surprise in reality TV history,” his firm earned six figures – total bets on Britain’s Got Talent final winner topped £ 3m and most of the bets were on Boyle.
Despite the loss, Susan remains a popular figure in bookmakers. In particular, bets continue to be accepted that Boyle will receive a Grammy in 2010 (5: 1), perform at the White House in front of US President Obama this year (6: 1) and receive an invitation to a Broadway musical in the next couple of years ( 8 to 1).
// ANOTHER POCKET
Star per second
Catherine Zeta-Jones, a Wales-born Hollywood star, was named the highest paid actress in the UK after starring in a commercial for “Lux” shampoo.For every second of her participation in the seven-minute ad, Unilever paid her £ 3,691 (about $ 6,000), which, together with various expenses, amounted to £ 1.55 million. In the promotional mini-film, the 39-year-old actress steals the secret of youth, the result is shampoo, from a top-secret laboratory – a plot reminiscent of 1999’s Entrapment, in which Zeta-Jones and Sean Connery play kidnappers specializing in unique pieces of art.
Reportedly targeted at audiences in China and Japan. By the way, many Hollywood celebrities choose to appear in commercials that will never be shown in the United States. So, Ferrero Rocher ads featuring Richard Gere do not go outside Italy, surreal videos featuring Arnold Schwarzenegger advertising energy drinks and home electronics are intended exclusively for Japan. However, Catherine Zeta-Jones is not averse to starring in purely American advertising – for example, she has long been the face of Elizabeth Arden cosmetics in the United States, and has also repeatedly participated in promotional campaigns of North American telephone operators.
// WHITE CROW
Bet with death
British bookmakers pay out a winnings to a terminally ill resident of the British town of Milton Keynes for the second time. John Matthews, 59, contacted William Hill after doctors diagnosed him in April 2006 with mesothelioma, a malignant tumor that occurs when exposed to asbestos dust, and warned him that he had several months to live. “I was not very worried about this, because we all will die someday,” Matthews said in an interview, “but I wondered how long the wait would take in my case – weeks or years.”Matthews made two £ 100 bets (50 to 1 odds) that he would be alive by June 2008 and 2009. A William Hill spokesman noted that such a case was new to his office, however, Matthews said that this dispute would be an additional incentive for him to fight the disease, and the bookmakers accepted his bets. Thus, the terminally ill Briton became the first person to bet on his own life.
Now John Matthews, who has set the record for the survival of patients with mesothelioma, has made a third bet – the same £ 100 on the fact that he will be alive on June 1, 2010.Now his chances are estimated at 100 to 1, that is, if he wins, he will receive £ 10 thousand. If this happens, then, as in previous cases, Matthews will give half of the winnings to charities fighting cancer.
// DEAR PLEASURE
TV channel as a gift
Entrepreneur Igor Kesaev, the main owner of the Mercury Group, one of the key players in the Russian FMCG market, intends to acquire a controlling stake in the Russian niche World Fashion Channel for his wife Stella, owner of the Stella Art Foundation. The fact of the negotiations was confirmed by the president of the TV channel, Igor Udalov, and there have been no comments from the representatives of the “Mercury” group.
The World Fashion Channel (WFC), currently owned by three different owners, two of whom have been in conflict with each other for a long time, is distributed in Russia through satellite and cable networks, as well as in Kazakhstan, Turkey, Germany, Italy and some other countries … According to TNS Russia, the average monthly audience reach of WFC is 732 thousand.people, while foreign Fashion TV has about 3 million people. Experts believe that due to the crisis and the cheapening of niche channels, the purchase of a controlling stake in WFC will cost Kesaev $ 1-2 million.
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The Beatles are back in the game
The Beatles will receive a personal release of “Rock Band” for the Xbox 360, Sony Playstation 2 and 3 and Nintendo Wii. The official presentation of the game took place on June 1 at the opening of the world exhibition of the gaming industry E3 in Los Angeles. The presentation was attended by Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, as well as the widows of John Lennon and George Harrison – Yoko Ono and Olivia Harrison. Speaking at the presentation, Ringo Starr, in particular, said: “The game is good, the graphics are very good, and we were cool.” And Paul McCartney said, among other things, “We really liked the game, it’s fantastic. Who would have thought that we would eventually turn into androids?”
The Beatles: Rock Band is a standalone release, not an add-on to the original Rock Band, and will come with dedicated Beatle-style game controllers such as Ringo Starr’s Ludwig drum kit and Paul McCartney’s bass Hoeffner.The game will arrive in stores on September 9, 2009. According to the developer, the studio Harmonix Music Systems, in addition to the currently living members of the group, the son of George Harrison Dhani was actively involved in the work on the project – he was engaged in character animation.
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Major events in 1974 include the aftermath of the 1973 oil crisis and the resignation of President Richard Nixon of the United States following the Watergate scandal.In the Middle East, the aftermath of the 1973 Yom Kippur War determined policy; After the resignation of Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir due to high losses in Israel, she was replaced by Yitzhak Rabin. In Europe, the invasion and occupation of northern Cyprus by Turkish forces initiated the Cyprus dispute, then the Carnation Revolution took place in Portugal, and German Chancellor Willy Brandt resigned after a spy scandal surrounding his secretary Gunther Guillaume. The sport this year was dominated by the FIFA World Cup in West Germany, in which Germany won the league title, and Rumble in the Jungle, a boxing match between Muhammad Ali and George Foreman in Zaire.
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- November 18 – The International Energy Agency is founded.
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- November 21 – Birmingham Pub Bombings: Two pubs were blown up in Birmingham, England, killing 21 people in an attack believed at the time to be linked to the Provisional Irish Republican Army. The Birmingham Six were later sentenced to life in prison for this, but their sentences were overturned after a lengthy campaign.
- November 22 – The UN General Assembly grants observer status to the Palestine Liberation Organization.
- Nov 24 – Skeleton from hominid species Australopithecus afar discovered and named Lucy.
- Nov 26 – Anneline Criel is crowned Miss World 1974, the second South African title holder after Penny Coelen in 1958, when Helen Morgan retires four days after winning the 24th Miss World.
- November 28 – In a rare (and final) public appearance, former Beatle John Lennon joins Elton John onstage at New York’s Madison Square Garden.
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- January 14 – Kevin Durand, Canadian-American actor and singer.
- January 16 – Kate Moss, British Model
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- January 22 – Joseph Muscat, 13th Prime Minister of Malta.
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- January 27 – Ole Einar Bjørndalen, Norwegian biathlete.
- January 28 – Kari Traa, Norwegian freestyle skier.
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- January 31 – Anna Silk, Canadian actress.
- February 1 – Roberto Heras, Spanish road cyclist.
- February 3 – Miriam Jung, Hong Kong actress and singer.
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- February 12 – Nasim Hamed, British boxer.
- February 11 – Alex Jones, American radio host, conspiracy theorist, writer and filmmaker.
- February 13 – Robbie Williams, British singer.
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- February 16 – Mahershala Ali, American actor and rapper.
- February 17 – Jerry O’Connell, American actor.
- February 18 – Gillian Michaels, American personal trainer, businesswoman, writer and TV host.
- February 22 – James Blunt, English singer.
- February 24 – Bonnie Somerville, American actress.
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- February 27 – Hiroyasu Shimizu, Japanese speed skater.
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- April 2 – Håkan Hellström, Swedish musician
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- Chris Kyle, American Sniper (d. 2013)
- April 9 – Jenna Jameson, American pornographic actress.
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- April 13 – Marta Jandova, Czech musician and actress.
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- April 20 – Tina Cousins, English singer.
- April 21 – Faust, Norwegian drummer
- April 22 – Shavo Odadjian, rock bassist of Armenian origin.
- April 23 – Barry Watson, American actor.
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- April 29 – Anggun, Indonesian-French singer-songwriter
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- May 9 – Brian Deegan, American motocross racer.
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- May 11 – Adam Kaufman, American actor
- May 14 – Chantal Krevyazuk, Canadian singer-songwriter
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- May 17 – Andrea Corr, Irish singer.
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- May 21 – Fairuza Balk, American actress and musician.
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- May 26 – Lars Frelander, Swedish swimmer.
- May 28 – Misbah-ul-Haq, Pakistani cricketer.
- May 29 – Steve Cardenas, American martial artist and actor.
- Big L, American rapper (d. 1999)
- Cilo Green, African American singer, songwriter, rapper, producer and actor
- May 31 – Kenan Dogulu, Turkish pop musician.
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- July 7 – Jennifer Jones, Canadian curler
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- July 11 – Alanas Hoshnau, Lithuanian singer and songwriter.
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- July 18 – Michael Dante DiMartino, American animator.
- July 19 – Ramin Javadi, Iranian-German composer.
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- July 25 – Lauren Faust, American animator.
- July 26 – Daniel Negreanu, Canadian poker player.
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- July 30 – Hilary Swank, American actress.
- July 31 – Emilia Fox, English actress.
- August 4 – Wasabi Mizuta, Japanese voice actress.
- August 5 – Kajol, Indian actress.
- August 6 – Ever Carradine, American actress.
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- August 8 – Brian Harvey, English singer.
- August 9 – Derek Fisher, American basketball player.
- August 11 – Chris Messina, American actor and film director.
- August 12 – Karl Stefanovich, Australian TV personality.
- August 13 – Niklas Sundin, Swedish musician
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- August 15 – Natasha Henstridge, Canadian actress and model.
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- Ray Park, Scottish actor and martial artist
- Ovi, Romanian-Norwegian singer, songwriter, producer and musician
- Shifty Shellshock, American singer
- August 24 – Jennifer Lien, American actress.
- 28 August – Carsten Janker, German footballer.
- August 30 – Rich Cronin, American singer-songwriter (LFO) (d. 2010)
- August 31 – Flo McGarrell, American Artist (d. 2010)
- September 3 – Jen Royle, American sports reporter and chef.
- September 4 – Carmit Bachar, American singer.
- 6 September
- September 7 – Glenn Lyngström, Swedish guitarist
- 10 September
- September 12 – Jennifer Nettles, American musician.
- September 13 – Fiona Avery, author of comics and TV shows.
- 14 september
- September 15 – Wael Kfuri, Lebanese singer, musician and songwriter.
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- September 23 – Matt Hardy, American Professional Wrestler
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- September 26 – Joo Jinmo, South Korean actor.
- September 28 – Shane Webke, Australian rugby league player.
- Yul Bürkle, Venezuelan actor and model
- Daniel Wu, US-Hong Kong actor, director and producer
- October 1 – Keith Duffy, Irish singer.
- October 2 – Rachana Banerjee, Indian film actress.
- October 3 – Marianne Timmer, Dutch speed skater.
- October 6 – Hoang Xuan Vinh, Vietnamese sports shooter.
- October 7th
- October 8 – Koji Murofushi, Japanese hammer thrower.
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- October 12 – Shane McAnally, American country singer, songwriter and producer.
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- October 17 – Matthew McFadyen, English actor.
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- October 21 – Lera Auerbach, Russian composer and pianist.
- October 23
- October 24 – Catherine Sutherland, Australian actress.
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- October 31 – Natasja Saad, Danish rapper and reggae singer (d. 2007).
- Nelly, American Rapper
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- November 13 – Kerim Sailer, Swiss artist and architect.
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- November 16 – Paul Scholes, English footballer.
- November 17 – Leslie Bibb, American actress and model.
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- November 21 – Tiit Sukk, Estonian actor, director and TV host.
- November 24 – Stephen Merchant, English actor and comedian.
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- November 29 – Ferenc Merkli, Hungarian Slovenian priest, writer and translator.
- November 30 – Wallace Chang, Hong Kong actor and singer.
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- January 1 – Jimmy Smith, American Major League Baseball Infielder (b. 1895).
- January 2 – Tex Ritter, American actor and country musician (b. 1905).
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- January 5 – Dewey Mayhew, American Football Coach (b.1898).
- 6th January
- January 7 – Wang Shusheng, Chinese general (b. 1905).
- January 8 – Charles-Edouard Ferland, Canadian lawyer, liberal politician and senator (b. 1892).
- January 10 – Charles J. Bond, United States House of Representatives from New York (b. 1877).
- January 11 – Antonio Bautista, Filipino pilot of the Philippine Air Force (b.1937).
- January 12
- January 14 – Joseph Dippolito, member of the Italian-American mafia of the Los Angeles crime syndicate (b.1914).
- January 15 – Harold D. Cooley, US House of Representatives (b. 1897).
- January 17 – Clara Edwards, American singer, pianist and composer (b. 1880).
- January 18 – Bill Finger, American comic and book writer (b. 1914).
- January 19 – Edward Seago, British artist (b. 1910).
- January 20 – Leonard Freeman, American TV writer and producer ( Hawaii Five-0 ) (b. 1920).
- January 21 – Robert Guy Howarth, Australian scholar, literary critic and poet (b.1906).
- January 22 – Oskar German, Croatian Jewish artist (b. 1886).
- January 26 – Julius Patsak, Austrian tenor (b. 1898)
- January 27
- January 28 – Oswald Cornwallis, English cricketer (b. 1894).
- January 29 – His Excellency Bates, English writer and writer (b. 1905).
- January 30 – Bill Whitty, Australian cricketer (b. 1886).
- January 31
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- March 2 – Peter Schell, Hungarian politician (b.1898).
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- March 4 – Adolph Gottlieb, American abstract expressionist painter (b. 1903).
- 5th of March
- March 6 – Ernest Becker, American anthropologist and writer; who received the 1974 Pulitzer Prize (posthumously) for his book Denial of Death (b. 1924).
- 7 march
- March 8 – Martha Wentworth, American actress (b. 1889).
- March 9 – Earl Wilbur Sutherland Jr., American physiologist, Nobel laureate (b.1915).
- March 10 – Alexander John Mayesky, American architect and naval lieutenant (b. 1920).
- 12 march
- March 14 – Maulana Shams-ud-din Harifal, Pakistani Islamic scholar (b. 1944).
- March 15 – Jose Toja, Chilean socialist politician, minister (assassinated) (b. 1927).
- March 17 – Louis Kahn, American architect of Russian origin (b. 1901).
- March 19 – Edward Platt, American actor known as “The Chief” on NBC / CBS Get Smart (b.1916).
- March 20 – Chet Huntley, American television journalist (b. 1911).
- March 21 – Candy Darling, American actress (b. 1944).
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Team Liquid – en.naturalparentingcenter.com
Dutch esports organization
|Short name||Liquid, TL|
|900 Units|| Apecttef
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare
Heroes of the Storm Legends League Rocket League
Super Smash Bros.
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege
|Established||2000; 21 years ago (2000)|
|Location|| Utrecht, Netherlands
USA (LoL Team, CS: GO Team)
|Manager|| Victor Goossens (Co-CEO)
Steve Arshanset (Co-CEO Director)
Jersey T-shirt Spare Parts
|Parent Group AXI|| www
Team Liquid is a multinational professional esports organization from the Netherlands, founded in 2000. StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty , Team Liquid have signed their first pro players.
In 2012, Team Liquid acquired the North American Dota 2 team, marking its first diversified management venture. In January 2015, Team Liquid officially teamed up with Team Curse under the Liquid banner, resulting in Steve Archanset, his support staff and former Curse. League of Legends, Street Fighter , and Super Smash Bros. teams. Their European Dota 2 Team won The International 2017 with one of the largest prize pools in esports history. Team Liquid’s League of Legends The team won four LCS titles and their Counter-Strike Global Offensive In 2019, the team was awarded the Intel Grand Slam, a feat achieved in just four tournaments.
The site was opened on May 1, 2001 by Victor “Nazgul” Goossens and Joy “Meat” Hoogeveen under the domain teamliquid. cjb.net. On September 22, 2002, the site was moved to teamliquid.net. A day later, the very first poll was published as a vote for the website name, with the name teamliquid.net defeating other proposals such as likwit.com. On April 5, 2019, it was announced that the website would be moved to the tl.net domain. and teamliquid.net will become an alias for teamliquid.com in the future.
Although Team Liquid was primarily known as the Star Craft news site, the forums have many subsections dedicated to other games as well.On August 30, 2012, it was announced that Team Liquid is expanding to cover Dota 2 News. On December 8, 2012, Liquid expanded their esports franchise for the first time to multiple games, hiring a North American. Dota 2 team.
On January 6, 2015, Steven “LiQuiD112” Arshanset joined Victor Goossens as co-owner of Team Liquid, officially starting the merger of the former Team Curse Gaming under the Team Liquid banner.
On September 27, 2016, Team Liquid sold a majority stake in aXiomatic Gaming, an investment group including Golden State Warriors co-owner Peter Huber, entrepreneur Ted Leonsis, motivational speaker Tony Robbins, Basketball Hall of Famer Magic Johnson and co-founder of AOL. Steve Keyes.
On December 16, 2017, Team Liquid disbanded their Halo squad.
As of 2019 [Update] , Team Liquid KuroKy member is the highest paid esports player with over $ 4 million in career earnings.
|Industry||Entertainment and sports|
|Bruce Stein (CEO)|
|Website||https: // www.axiomaticgaming.com/|
Axiomatic is an entertainment and sports management company. The group’s investors include businessmen Peter Guber, Tony Robbins, former NBA player Magic Johnson, Ted Leonsis and technologist Steve Case, Eric Lefkofsky. Chief Executive Officer – Bruce Stein, former CEO and COO of Mattel Toys, Sony Interactive Entertainment and Kenner Products (Hasbro). On September 27, 2016 aXiomatic announced the acquisition of a controlling stake in the eSports organization Team Liquid.
Other investors include Los Angeles Dodgers executives Lon Rosen and Tucker Kane, Golden State Warriors executives Rick Welts and Kirk Lacob, Washington Nationals owners at Lerner Enterprises, Chicago Cubs commercial operations president Crane Kenny, Donn Davis, Revolution co-founder and CEO. Revolution Growth partner, Zach Leonsis, vice president and general manager of Monumental Sports Network; Mark Ein, chairman of Kastle Systems, CEO of Capitol Acquisition Corp, founder and owner of the Washington Kastles, and former NFL player Dhani Jones.
It was announced that Victor Goossens and Steve Arshanset will continue their roles as Team Liquid’s co-CEOs following the acquisition.
- TLnet – Originally the tl.net site under the brand name “Team Liquid” mainly provides StarCraft II coverage, but there is also some coverage of StarCraft Brood War, Counter-Strike Global Offensive. Heroes of the Storm and Super Smash Brothers Melee. With the launch of StarCraft II , TLnet has grown to become the largest StarCraft community on the Internet, with over 220,000 active members and over twenty-four million posts.The website has four full-time employees in their New York office who work on the website.
- Team Liquid – The site is dedicated to the coverage of the e-sports team Team Liquid.
- Likipedia – This is a volunteer-driven wiki covering a variety of esports, starting with Starcraft: Brood War and currently covering over 40 unique titles.
Tournaments and Events
In addition to managing the site and the community team, Team Liquid also hosts many tournaments and events.
Team Liquid Starleague
The two iterations of TeamLiquid Starleague (or TSL for short) were the largest StarCraft: Brood War tournaments outside of South Korea. [ citation needed ] The first Razer sponsored TSL in 2008 was highly anticipated at the time, with all the world’s leaders participating. Brood War players. A year later, he was topped by the 2009 TSL 2 tournament with a total prize pool of over $ 20,000, which remains the largest non-Korean tournament. Brood War tournament to date. With the release of Starcraft II , Team Liquid announced their third installment, again sponsored by PokerStrategy.com with a prize pool of $ 34,700. The tournament ran from March to May 2011. The fourth installment was announced on April 25, 2012 (TSL 4).
StarCraft II Open
TL Opens are one-day open elimination tournaments that alternate between Battle.net servers in North America and Europe.The eight TL Open events that lead to TSL 3 also qualify for TSL.
Star League Team Liquid Legacy
On January 1, 2013, it was announced that Team Liquid will host a series of online tournaments for “foreign” players StarCraft: Brood War .
- TL Attack: Modeled after a Korean TV show called Bnet Attack , the pro player plays games against non-professionals while chatting with the hosts.
- Liquibition: King of the Hill mode where the best of 7 games is played.
- TL Arena: The professional player will fight against weaker opponents. For every win he wins, another handicap is added, which limits his ability to play until he loses or defeats a certain number of opponents.
History of eSports
The Liquid gaming clan was founded by Victor “Nazgul” Goossens at the end of 2000, after he decided to leave his previous clan. Liquid started with four people in the first months and has grown to eight over the next year.The members of the Liquid clan were chosen by Goossens based on personality and talent. [ Quote Needed ]
With the arrival of StarCraft II , Team Liquid announced plans to become an active Pro-Gaming team. Shortly thereafter, sponsorship of The Little App Factory was announced, qualifying them as a sponsored professional team. This allowed Team Liquid to pay their players a salary and send the team to events around the world. The team now has a dedicated news site separate from the more community-oriented www.teamliquidpro.com, announced and released on May 10, 2011.
On August 13, 2012, the three players traveled to Korea to live in the OGS training house and compete in Global GOMTV. StarCraft II League (GSL). Of the three players in the qualifiers, only one, Dario “TLO” Wunsch, qualified for the first two GSL events. He was eliminated in the second and first rounds, respectively.
The third GSL was Team Liquid’s strongest result to date.Three players, Haider “Hypro” Hussein, Hos “Reth” de Kroon and Jonathan “Jinro” Walsh, qualified for the main event. While Hussein lost in the first round and de Kroon in the second, Walsh advanced to the semifinals, losing 0-4 to eventual winner Jang “MC” Min-Chul.
In 2012, during the second season of GSL, Song “HerO” members Hyun Deok and Yoon “TaeJa” Yeon Seo advanced to the eighth round of the Code S tournament, with TaeJa eliminating and HerO reaching the semifinals of the tournament. …
In March 2014, Team Liquid announced the acquisition of two legendary Hand-to-Hand Combat players: Ken, known as the “King of Smash” and the Korean DJ, who is widely regarded as the first player to defeat Mew2King since he was considered a god. thus creating your own Smash team.After acquiring Curse Gaming, he also signed with Hungrybox, considered one of the five gods of the world. Melee , and Chillin, who was the first player to defeat Ken during his heyday. On August 11, 2015, he became the leader of the Super Smash Bros. for Wii U , Nairo was the only player to knock ZeRo out of the tournament, ending ZeRo’s 55-win streak in the MLG World Finals. On September 28, 2015, Team Liquid announced that KoreanDJ had left the organization and retired from the competition. Defeat , citing persistent pain in the hands and wrists.
On January 6, 2015 Liquid acquired Team Curse’s League of Legends squad, which included Quas, IWillDominate, Voyboy, Cop and Xpecial. The team finished the LCS Spring regular season in 6th place with a score of 10-9. In weeks 5 and 6, the NA LCS Piglet was replaced in the starting lineup by KEITHMCBRIEF to try and improve his position. In the playoffs, they beat Counter Logic Gaming 3–0, then lost to Cloud9 3–2 and took 3rd place.
A week after the Curse merger, it was announced that Team Liquid had acquired Counter Strike: Global Offensive a team formerly known as “Denial eSports”.
On January 24, 2015, it was announced that HTC became the official sponsor of Team Liquid.
On September 28, 2015, Team Liquid and Piglet parted ways after another failed qualifier. League of Legends World Championship, just hours after KoreanDJ left the team.However, it was apparently a fake leak as, just hours later, Team Liquid announced on their Instagram that Piglet had renewed his contract until November 2016.
On October 9, 2015 it was announced that Liquid will again exhibit the DotA team, after having been absent from the DotA competitive scene for over a year. Following the signing of the team officially known as 5JungZ, the new Liquid Dota will be made up of a mixture of new and old European talent.
On August 7, 2020, Team Liquid announced their entry into the Valorant esports scene, signing the roster fish223, soulcas, Kryptix, L1NK, ec1s.Together with these four players, they also added ScreaM as the fifth player. On February 24, 2021, Team Liquid parted ways with ec1s and added Jumpy to the roster.
Victor “Nazgul” Goossens is one of the founders and currently co-owner and CEO of Team Liquid. The Nazgul originally participated in Brood War before forming Team Liquid.
Steve “LiQuiD112” Arshanset joined Team Liquid when Team Curse teamed up with Team Liquid.Following the merger, Steve took over the role of co-owner and CEO and primarily manages the League of Legends team.
Alienware Training Center
In 2017, Team Liquid completed the Alienware Training Center in Los Angeles, which will serve as a training ground for Team Liquid’s CS: GO and League of Legends teams and their esports headquarters.