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Madden NFL Soundtrack Commemoration

To commemorate the Madden NFL 22 soundtrack, featured stars are teaming up for a music video mashup that takes fans on a tour across the album—and the country. The stunning visual opens with Atlanta rapper BRS Kash performing his song “Oh No” in Atlanta’s Mercedes Benz Stadium and then follows the various featured artists as they welcome us into their respective hometown arenas. The scale and production make for a truly cinematic experience, echoing the towering achievement of the soundtrack. The record was already historic—its release marked the first ever official album from EA SPORTS™ Madden NFL via Interscope Records—but the vibrant video adds even more to the moment.

Watch it HERE.

This music video is practically a short film, with intricate set design and staging for every location. It’s packed with memorable moments like Tierra Whack posted up in a suit with Philadelphia Eagles’ mascot Swoop. Moneybagg Yo also channels the lo-fi legacy of Memphis rap, capturing the Titans’ stadium in fuzzy VHS warmth. Morray croons from the halls of Chapel Hill’s Kenan Memorial Stadium. Swae Lee wields a game controller as he looks down at the SoFi gridiron in L.A. Every killer guest—including Sally Sossa, 42 Dugg, YSB Tril, and JID—make their mark, causing the video to feel like a motion-picture cypher. It’s a testament to the strength of the soundtrack, and to the outsized reputation Madden has in hip-hop. 

This video follows quickly on the heels of the stellar Madden NFL 22 soundtrack, which features 11 exclusive songs by the aforementioned rappers and more. Interscope worked hand and hand with their artists to make the album from scratch, creating a record that would move crowds and define the sound of Madden NFL 22. This new music video only magnifies that excitement, showing off the genuine love that these rappers have for the game, and vice versa.

Where to Find Madden 2022

Madden NFL 22 is out now on Sony PlayStation®4, Sony PlayStation®5, Microsoft Xbox One, Microsoft Xbox Series X|S, PC via Origin™ and Steam®, and Google Stadia™. Follow them on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for the latest updates.

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WonderWorks Panama x Good Vibrations

WonderWorks Panama City Beach has an array of exhibits that help educate people about science. The newest exhibit on earthquakes, called Good Vibrations, opens June 11, 2021. Good Vibrations will spotlight Tuckaleechee Caverns, and how they document seismic activity around the world. The new exhibit was a topic request from educators, so it seemed appropriate that they also name the exhibit.

“We are happy to offer this new exhibit about earthquakes, which was a request by teachers,” said Michael Walsingham, general manager of WonderWorks Panama City Beach. “People will have a great opportunity to learn about seismic activity, along with where and how it’s measured.”

The Tuckaleechee Caverns are home to the most sensitive seismic station on Earth. It detects any and all tectonic movement anywhere in the world. If a country is testing a nuclear weapon or there is an earthquake, it has that information within seconds. Once it does, within 300 of a millisecond, it relays that important information directly to the U.S. Military; Vienna, Austria and Geneva, Switzerland. The information is collected 24/7 and is crucial to national security, as well as being able to provide earthquake information.

The exhibit, Good Vibrations will help share the importance of the Tuckaleechee Caverns and what they are doing in monitoring seismic activity. The information in the exhibit meets the educational standards on earthquake and seismic activity, and is one of WonderWorks’ many STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) related learning exhibits. The exhibit name was suggested by teachers.

“This is going to be a great summer, with families taking the time to include learning activities along with having fun,” added Walsingham. “At WonderWorks, we are where learning and fun come together, with the whole family enjoying their time here.”

WonderWorks Panama City Beach offers many STEM-related exhibits and activities all year long. There are also demonstrations, activities, virtual learning labs, science fair partnerships, homeschool days, and more. To get more information about the WonderWorks STEM programs, visit the site at: https://www.wonderworksonline.com/panama-city-beach/stem-programs/.

To see a full list of the COVID-19 safety measures in place at WonderWorks Panama City Beach, visit the site at: https://www.wonderworksonline.com/panama-city-beach/covid-19.

The interactive indoor amusement park offers STEM-focused activities for all ages. There are over 100 hands-on activities that are focused on the areas of science, technology, engineering, and math. Some of the exhibits will include a bubble room, Professor Wonder’s adventure, interactive sandbox, illusion art gallery, and xtreme 360 bikes. For more information on WonderWorks, visit the site at: https://www.wonderworksonline.com/panama-city-beach/.

WonderWorks illustration by Heather Skovlund for 360 Magazine

Good Vibrations × WonderWorks Myrtle Beach

Good Vibrations – WonderWorks Myrtle Beach New Exhibit on Earthquakes Named by Teachers during Teacher Appreciation Month

WonderWorks Myrtle Beach has an array of exhibits that help educate people about science. And its latest exhibit on earthquakes called Good Vibrations, opens May 28th. Good Vibrations will spotlight Tuckaleechee Caverns, and how they document seismic activity around the world. The new exhibit was a topic request from educators, so it seemed appropriate that they also name the exhibit.  Teachers are invited to see this exhibit for free during WonderWorks Teacher Appreciation Month celebration.

“This new Earthquake exhibit offers a great opportunity to learn about plate tectonics and all seismic activity,” explains Robert Stinnett, general manager at WonderWorks Myrtle Beach. “We look forward to helping people shake things up and learn this type of science in a fun atmosphere.”

The Tuckaleechee Caverns are home to the most sensitive seismic station on Earth. It detects any and all tectonic movement anywhere in the world. If a country is testing a nuclear weapon or there is an earthquake, it has that information within seconds. Once it does, within 300ths of a millisecond, it relays that important information directly to the U.S. Military; Vienna, Austria; and Geneva, Switzerland. The information is collected 24/7 and is crucial to national security, as well as being able to provide earthquake information.

The exhibit, Good Vibrations will help share the importance of the Tuckaleechee Caverns and what they are doing in monitoring seismic activity. The information in the exhibit meets the educational standards on earthquake and seismic activity, and is one of WonderWorks’ many STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) related learning exhibits.

During the month of May 2021, teachers and all support staff can receive free admission to WonderWorks Myrtle Beach by showing a valid school ID or a pay stub upon entering. Additionally, up to four of their accompany guests can receive 50% off their admission price.

“Teachers are going to love learning about the caverns, and everyone who visits will have a great time,” added Stinnett. “Being able to learn and have fun all in the same place is a beautiful thing. We make it happen every day here at WonderWorks Myrtle Beach.”

WonderWorks Myrtle Beach STEM programs include the WonderWorks WonderKids event, virtual learning labs, ART-OLINA Young Artist’s Gallery of the Carolinas, science fair partnerships, online science worksheets, sensory days, group rates, birthday parties and a homeschool program. To learn more about the programs, visit the  WonderWorks Myrtle Beach website.

To get more information about Teacher Appreciation Month, visit WonderWorks Teacher Appreciation.

WonderWorks Myrtle Beach has COVID-19 safety measures in place. They include reduced hours, enhanced cleaning, spatial distancing protocols, employee health screenings and employee personal protective equipment (PPE). 

About WonderWorks

WonderWorks, a science-focused indoor amusement park, combines education and entertainment. With over 100 hands-on exhibits, there is something unique and challenging for guests of all ages. Feel the power of 84-mph hurricane-force winds in the Hurricane Shack. Make huge, life-sized bubbles in the Bubble Lab. Get the NASA treatment in our Astronaut Training Gyro and experience zero gravity. Nail it by lying on the death-defying Bed of Nails. Conquer your fear of heights on our indoor Glow-In-The-Dark Ropes Course. WonderWorks is open 365 days a year and hosts birthday parties and special events.

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The Best Video Games To Try This Year

Even though the two are obviously very different to one another, video games and casino games actually share a fair few similarities too. When you get back to basics, the two are basically there to provide the players with enjoyment and entertainment. Okay, online video game casinos are also there to serve as a business and make money, but even so, you can’t deny the fact that the two serve as very effective forms of entertainment after a long day.

With next generation games consoles now more sophisticated than ever, games in general are endeavouring to provide an even more realistic feel. Today we’re going to be looking at several video games which also happen to feature casinos and gambling. If you’re a fan of video games, and you enjoy a spot of gambling through sites like findbettingsites or 888 now and then, here are 3 games that incorporated gambling into them, with compelling results. 

Red Dead Redemption 2 

Red Dead Redemption 2 is one of the most popular games currently in existence. This Western provides one of the largest open world landscapes in gaming history, providing players with all kinds of fun and exciting things to do. From drinking whiskey in a saloon, to racing horses down at the ranch, Red Dead Redemption has plenty of side quests to pass the time. If you really want to enjoy yourself, though, as you travel the countryside on your horse, you can visit bars and saloons and gamble in a variety of different ways. Poker is the game of choice for many of the cowboys you’ll encounter. Here, you can play against sophisticated A.I, or if you play online, you can have a game of poker against other real life players anywhere in the world. 

Fallout New Vegas 

The Fallout series of video games have proven to be real best-sellers over the years, and the latest incarnation: Fallout New Vegas, is no exception. Set in a post-apocalyptic Las Vegas, this game is perfect for those of you who love to gamble. Set in what is left of Las Vegas, the game features operational casinos which allow you to play games such as poker, roulette, Blackjack, and even the slots. 

The Witcher 3

Unless you’ve been living in a cave for the last few months, you’ll likely be familiar with the hugely popular Witcher series on Netflix. Those that enjoy video games, though, will be familiar with Geralt of Rivia, as a result of the Witcher games. The latest is the Witcher 3, which has won countless awards and is considered by many gaming enthusiasts and experts alike, to be one of the best video games ever created. The Witcher 3 also happens to be great for people who enjoy gambling, as it features a fictional (though now real thanks to the game) card game known as Gwent. If you want to kill time between slaying monsters and fulfilling Witcher contracts, why not head to some of the many inns located around the continent and partake in a game of Gwent. The game not only gives you the chance to win some money, it also may allow you to win special Witcher gear such as swords and armour. If poker is your game of choice, Gwent should prove to be especially addictive. 

Hunt: Showdown 

Hunt: Showdown’s brand-new map, DeSalle, is officially available on PC, as of today and on Xbox and PlayStation networks in early August, following a soft launch on the test servers. The map brings a fresh new setting to the game, giving players 16 new compounds to explore. DeSalle joins the other maps of Stillwater Bayou and Lawson Delta. Upper DeSalle and Lower DeSalle – the map’s two main compounds – intertwine with one another to give the map a Wild West feel – players can even charge through the swinging doors of a saloon and much more. There are not only cities to battle it out in, but also a mansion, a quarry, and a prison along with many other settings. The Hunt: Showdown team hopes that all new players enjoy the map as much as they’ve enjoyed working on it, for new players to the game it’s currently 50% off on Steam with the chance to get DLCs with up to 70% off. For more information about Hunt: Showdown visit HERE.