Peñas from many towns in the Spanish territory will come for this match: Albacete, Alicante, Asturias, Ávila, Badajoz, Barcelona, Burgos, Cáceres, Cantabria, Ciudad Real, Córdoba, Cuenca, Granada, Guadalajara, Huelva, Balearic Islands, Jaén, León, Madrid, Murcia, Pontevedra, Salamanca, Soria, Toledo , Valencia, Valladolid and Zamora. The day, the time of the game and the rivalry that exists with Sevilla has led to many clubs coming from Spain.In addition, foreign clubs from the following countries have confirmed their attendance: Germany, Belgium, Brazil, Scotland, Morocco and Norway. The New Restaurant the Great Stage will be available. This new place, in which the restoration is taken care of in the smallest detail and is characterized – doing honor to its denomination – by the scenario that lodges in its interior, where different performances will be realized. It is located on the commercial promenade, next to the Athletic Attention Office and very close to the Atlético de Madrid Store. Atlético’s fans come back to the rescue of the rojiblanco team. It already happened fifteen days ago, when Simeone’s team played it against Villarreal. And it will happen again this Saturday in the clash against Sevilla (4:00 pm). Players, technicians, leaders and fans took the clash against Villareal as a final. Atlético won and remained alive in the fight for the Champions League positions. Now history almost repeats itself. And Atlético closes again to defeat Sevilla. Another end comes. And the fans are the great protagonist to take the team on their wings. There will be plenty in the Wanda Metropolitano. Barely 300 seats remain in regular capacity from the transfer of fertilizers. It will be the sixth game of the season with more than 60,000 spectators in the stands. In the championship league occupation of the stadium reaches 84 percent, while in Champions is even higher, reaching 92 percent. There will be typhus before the game, as it happened in the previous league clash, and activities outside the stadium, as usual throughout the season.
Last year Alfonso Ribeiro filed a lawsuit against Epic Games for including his famous “Carlton Dance” from The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air as a lucrative dance emote in Fortnite. However, the US Copyright Office doesn’t believe he has a case, calling the choreography too simple to patent. Still, whether or not it’s legal, the question over the ethics of Fortnite’s exploitation of Black art remains.Before we talk about this latest piece of Fortnite news I just want to take this opportunity to share this very important and relevant tweet from Chance the Rapper earlier this year.Please take a look.AdChoices广告Fortnite should put the actual rap songs behind the dances that make so much money as Emotes. Black creatives created and popularized these dances but never monetized them. Imagine the money people are spending on these Emotes being shared with the artists that made them— Chance The Rapper (@chancetherapper) July 13, 2018Since Fortnite started making more money than you could possibly imagine basically much every day, Epic has been spending it pretty charitably as far as huge companies go. Most notably, they opened the Epic Games Store giving developers a much more generous cut compared to Steam. However, so far none of that Fortnite money has willingly gone to the originators of its beloved dances. So now those dancers are using the courts, the ultimate battle royale, to make some moolah from their moves.Alfonso Ribeiro you may remember as Carlton Banks from famous Will Smith joint The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. And if you remember Carlton you probably remember his in/famous swaggy nerdy Carlton dance, itself inspired by steps from Eddie Murphy and Bruce Springsteen. When you think of that dance though, you think of Carlton, even if the performer is some generic Fortnite character. However, Ribeiro did not give his permission for Epic Games (or NBA 2K for that matter) to use his dance, and so now he’s filing a lawsuit.And he’s not the only one. Ribeiro joins rapper 2 Milly and viral internet star (?) Backpack Kid in taking on the biggest game in the world for profiting off of their dances. Although Backpack Kid’s sense of ownership over the “flossing” dance is much more questionable. Also, while Epic did get permission for Scrubs creator Bill Lawrence for Turk’s Poison dance, actor Donald Faison says the moves were still “jacked.” And again, to take it back to Chance, the whole trend of big corporations exploiting popular Black art without supporting Black people is pretty gross. It’s not like Fortnite is broke.For more on Fortnite, watch us get coached by a pro player, pour one out for the Infinity Blade, and check out the chill new creative mode. Stay on target Get Used to ‘Fortnite’s’ Powerful Mech SuitsSwatting Attack Targets Fortnite World Champion