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Game: Structured form of play, for entertainment
A game is a structured form of play, usually undertaken for entertainment or fun, and sometimes used as an educational tool. Games are distinct from work, which is usually carried out for remuneration, and from art, which is more often an expression of aesthetic or ideological elements. However, the distinction is not clear-cut, and many games are also considered to be work or art.

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Tokyo 2020 executive says organisers will monitor virus until next spring before deciding on Games, according to Kyodo News repo [Video]

Tokyo 2020 executive says organisers will monitor virus until next spring before deciding on Games, according to Kyodo News repo

Tokyo 2020 executive board member says organisers will need to monitor the coronavirus situation until next spring to decide whether to hold the Summer Olympics next year, Kyodo News reported.

Credit: Reuters - Sports     Duration: 01:08Published
Olympic chief says Games would be canceled if not held in 2021 [Video]

Olympic chief says Games would be canceled if not held in 2021

The head of the International Olympic Committee has for the first time suggested the Games originally scheduled for this year, may be scrapped completely if it's not safe to have them by next summer...

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:10Published
IOC's Coates says no Plan B for Toyko Olympic Games in 2021 [Video]

IOC's Coates says no Plan B for Toyko Olympic Games in 2021

Senior IOC official John Coates admits that there is no "Plan B" if the Tokyo Olympics are unable to be staged in 2021.

Credit: Reuters - Sports     Duration: 01:27Published
Olympics future uncertain for Thai boxer after coronavirus throws jab at plans [Video]

Olympics future uncertain for Thai boxer after coronavirus throws jab at plans

35-year-old Thai boxer training still hoping for Olympic chance

Credit: Reuters - Sports     Duration: 05:13Published
IOC's Coates says Tokyo Games not contingent on COVID-19 vaccine [Video]

IOC's Coates says Tokyo Games not contingent on COVID-19 vaccine

Coates says that the Tokyo Olympics are not contingent on the development of a vaccine for the coronavirus

Credit: Reuters - Sports     Duration: 02:13Published
Tokyo Games must focus on 'must haves' to cut costs - Coates [Video]

Tokyo Games must focus on 'must haves' to cut costs - Coates

IOC Coordination Commission chief John Coates says Olympics organisers must reduce costs related to the postponed Tokyo Games by focusing on the "must-haves".

Credit: Reuters - Sports     Duration: 05:07Published
Olympic organisers aiming for July 23 2021 start, but aware it is dependent on controlling the coronavirus first [Video]

Olympic organisers aiming for July 23 2021 start, but aware it is dependent on controlling the coronavirus first

Tokyo Olympic organisers are focusing on a July 23 2021 start for the Games, but realise that it is possible the coronavirus may not be under control in time.

Credit: Reuters - Sports     Duration: 01:51Published

On the distorted TV feed, The Supreme Court president spoke like a Dalek, but she only needed to say one word: exterminate, exterminate, exterminate

Game. Set. Match. Caught. Bowled. The Chequered Flag. The White Flag. The Towel. The Lot. In every single way, in every single aspect of the case, the government was defenestrated with explosive force
Independent - Published

No Scottish Premiership tickets below £20 - Cost of the Game study

Football fans cannot buy a ticket for a Scottish Premiership game for less than £20, a wide-ranging BBC Scotland study of football club prices has found.
BBC News - Published

'Argentina won't live with our A-game' - Scotland

'argentina won't live with our a-game' - scotland
Argentina "won't be able to live" with Scotland if Shelley Kerr's side "bring their A-game" into Wednesday's World cup showdown, according to forward Erin Cuthbert.
BBC News - Published

Time, money, access: A baseball hotbed for a century, Tampa evolves as game’s economic winds shift

Tampa has been talent-rich in baseball for nearly a century, but the city's latest stars also symbolize a greater demographic shift in the sport.
USATODAY.com - Published

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