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TwitchCon attendees sustained severe injuries after they jumped into shallow foam pits.

The “gladiator Game” exhibit that Lenovo and Intel ran during TwitchCon left at least four individuals seriously injured after they fell on concrete or jumped into shallow pits of foam cubes. According to Matthew Humphries’ report in,

According to NBC News, the exhibit was composed of two platforms that were surrounded by foam cubes that lay on concrete floors. The exhibit consisted of two platforms that were covered with foam cubes. Participants had to fight each other for dominance and knock the opponent off the platforms into the pit. The foam cubes were not enough to absorb the impact, and there was a lot of injury.

Adriana Chechik (a Twitch streamer) jumped in the pit following winning a duel. She was immediately in pain, as you can see from the video. Later, she was able to walk again. tweeted Her back was broken in two areas and she needed surgery “to insert a meter rod” to support her.


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LochVaness was another Twitch streamer. dislocate a knee and sprain an ankle After removing the platform. After the event, she was in a chair and went to hospital to determine if there were any problems. Both cases were due to the mistaken assumption that the participants were jumping in a soft pool of foam. There were at least two others who sustained injuries. Logiiiic And Chirs Ricks.

They required that everyone sign a waiver before anyone was allowed to take part. But it appears as though Twitch or Intel and Lenovo did not ensure the safety of the exhibit. The exhibit was not closed down after the first injured person had reported it, which led to more injuries.

When NBC News asked them for comments, Intel and Lenovo initially declined to comment. Nathan Grayson, video game reporter, spoke with a staff member at the exhibit who stated that the exhibit had been closed due to “intellectual property issues.”people were breaking rules.”

This article was originally published on Mashable is its sibling website. is the premier authority in technology and provides Lab-based independent reviews about the latest products.

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