Skillz creator and CEO Andrew Paradise on hit producer Jerry Bruckheimer signing up with the Skillz board, taking his business public and partnering with the NFL.Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk satirized woke culture Saturday, tweeting about a “new game” called “Woketopia.””Battle for the Moral High Ground in this new video game!” he wrote.Its unclear what prompted the tweet, but Musk has actually faced criticism over his questioning of the COVID-19 vaccine this weekend and freshly launched files revealing the Tesla factory in Fremont, Calif., saw numerous coronavirus cases after he resumed it in defiance of a regional shutdown order.In this Dec. 1, 2020, file picture, SpaceX owner and Tesla CEO Elon Musk arrives on the red carpet for the Axel Springer media award, in Berlin. Tesla states it has invested more than $1 billion in Bitcoin and will accept the digital currency as payment TESLAS FREMONT FACTORY SAW OVER 400 COVID-19 CASES BETWEEN MAY, DECEMBER: NEW DOCUMENTSHes likewise facing a suit from a Tesla financier who declares Musks “unpredictable tweets” are violating his fiduciary task as CEO.The “Woketopia” proposal amassed blended reactions from some in the tech crowd.”That would really be an intriguing video game to design,” composed the computer researcher Paul Graham.But game designer Tyler Glaiel mockingly responded, “ok boomer.”The term has been utilized by conservatives derisively to describe a “woke paradise” that they say liberals are looking for to develop through cancel culture.Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz has actually suggested that Seattle, with its “defunded” police department and regular Antifa demonstrations, already fits the description.Stocks in this ArticleGET FOX BUSINESS ON THE GO BY CLICKING HEREMusk credited video game for presenting himself and other leading software engineers into computer shows during a speech in 2019 at the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles– the worlds leading video gaming convention.”I believe video games are an extremely effective force for getting young kids interested in technology,” he stated at the time.CLICK HERE TO READ MORE ON FOX BUSINESSIn 1984 at 12 years of ages, one of his earliest entrepreneurial ventures was to code a computer game called “Blastar,” which he cost $500 to PC and Office Technology magazine. You can play a variation of it here.

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