Donald trump plays fortnite
Trump plays fortnite (lets build a wall song)
Yesterday, President Donald Trump signed an executive order prohibiting Americans from transacting with the Chinese corporation Tencent. Many gamers were worried about the fate of games produced by Tencent-owned studios such as Riot Games, which created League of Legends and Valorant, and Epic Games, which created Fortnite. However, new information indicates that Tencent’s gaming portfolio will not be included in this order.
Due to concerns regarding national security, the controversial order, which is scheduled to take effect on September 20th, aims to restrict transactions with Tencent. The order against Tencent is aimed at restricting the usage of WeChat, China’s most common communication and payment site, while another order is aimed at Chinese-owned video social network app Tik Tok.
When the order was issued, the wording implied that the ban would apply to all of Tencent’s assets, potentially affecting many of the world’s most popular games. According to a report by LA Times reporter Sam Dean, the order is just to prevent WeChat transactions and does not apply to Tencent’s entire gaming portfolio.
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Everyone is in for a treat: the Big Z is back with a brand-new post! As many of you have read, candidates Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have started to reach out on Animal Crossing New Horizons in an attempt to increase youth participation in the election, and I have something to say about it… classic liberal pandering! Animal Crossing is a game that no true American would play. CROSSING! CARE FOR ANIMALS, THE Climate, BEING RELAXED! Tucker Carlson has terrorized us into despising him! So I’ve suggested an idea where God’s chosen president will combat the liberal plot by reaching out to the youth and engaging in another common game where people just like him gather to talk and have fun in an American game! FORTNITE! It’s the game that only the wealthiest Americans enjoy. Imagine their delight as their favorite president regales them with tales of how he consistently defeats false news or how he has defeated “GINA” in every corner of the globe. He’s the greatest president in American history, and we’re all fortunate to have him as our leader. Even better, no matter what his team does, they become so used to victory that they tire of it. And though they are defeated. Not only can players win more with him in charge, but he also speaks their language, establishing even more credibility with gaming’s patriots!
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Following the recent suspension of Chinese-owned TikTok and WeChat in the United States, speculation is rife that common online multiplayer games like Fortnite and League of Legends will be banned as well. It should be noted that both video games are among the most popular in the world, with a wide following.
Following the suspension of the two famous Chinese-based apps in the United States, US President Donald Trump can enforce a ban on both Epic Games’ Fortnite and Riot Games’ League of Legends. According to a Bloomberg paper, the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) has asked Epic Games and Riot Games to include information about how they collect and treat data for users in the United States. The step is part of a larger initiative to prevent Chinese-linked apps and video games from collecting personal information from American users.
Tencent owns both Epic Games and Riot Games, in case you didn’t remember.
Riot Games is fully owned by the Chinese conglomerate, which also owns a 40% interest in Epic Games. However, if all gaming studios’ reviews are positive, Fortnite and LOL are unlikely to be suspended.
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Update: White House officials have confirmed that the executive order signed by President Trump earlier today would not affect video game companies. Here’s where you can get more stuff. The following is the original story: President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Thursday prohibiting financial transactions with the Chinese firm WeChat. WeChat is owned by Tencent, which also owns Riot Games and has interests in Epic Games and PUBG Corporation. For the time being, the executive order does not completely prohibit Tencent’s operations, so fans do not have reason for concern. However, if the executive order’s reach were broadened, it may cause potential problems for games like Fortnite and PUBG. The step is part of Trump’s plan to outlaw the TikTok app. Users of TikTok have expressed their displeasure, but the loss of these major online games will almost certainly result in a larger backlash. The executive order can be found in its entirety in the Tweet below.