Do You Have Rights in the Digital World? – KeenGamer Podcast Ep. 27

On the KeenGamer Podcast Ep. 27, Sean and David discuss whether or not consumers really have rights in today's digital age. Do video game fans own more than just discs and hardware? The pair also talk about Valve giving away copies of the Half-Life franchise for free, rumors of a new entry in the Knights of the Old Republic series and the Overwatch League's transition to YouTube Gaming.

Do You Have Rights in the Digital World? - KeenGamer Podcast Ep. 27

Welcome to the KeenGamer Podcast, KeenGamer’s official podcast! Join Sean Rehbein, David Lozada and Tim Ronan as they talk about the week’s hottest news stories and dissect the latest controversy shaking up the video game industry. In the KeenGamer Podcast Ep. 27, Sean and David discuss whether or not consumers really have rights in today’s digital age. When it comes to video games, do we own more than just discs and hardware?

Other topics of conversation include Valve giving away copies of the Half-Life franchise for free, rumors of a new entry in the Knights of the Old Republic series and the Overwatch League’s transition to YouTube Gaming. Check out links and timestamps to all of our topics below:

News Stories:

  1. A Knights of the Old Republic remaster/re-imagining may be happening (00:53:31)
  2. The Overwatch League is moving away from Twitch and partnering exclusively with YouTube Gaming (01:08:12)
  3. Valve is giving away Half-Life series for free until Half-Life: Alyx releases in March (01:14:09)

Topic of the Show:

Do you have rights in the digital world? (01:17:33)

Court claims man’s civil rights weren’t violated after he was muted in game

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