24 hours after the release of Switch Sports, a player had already smashed his TV

24 hours after the release of Switch Sports, a player had already smashed his TV

On Saturday, streamer 63man was broadcasting his online tennis session when he carelessly threw a Joy-Con controller at his TV, shattering the display.
\"If you don't send 'this clip to Live Stream Fails, I'm actually divorcing this chat,\" the streamer said during the broadcast, referring to the popular Reddit channel that documents streamer mishaps.
You can see the clip at this linkSwitch Sports is the successor to Nintendo's popular Wii Sports series, which, having sold over 80 million copies, remains the company's best-selling game.
Wii Sports was infamous for the numerous reported incidents of players accidentally dropping their Wii Remote controllers while playing, sometimes damaging their televisions.The number of incidents became so common that reputable publications such as the BBC reported on them, and Nintendo suggested replacing all controller straps with thicker versions to prevent accidents while playing.Two years after launch, Nintendo introduced the Wii Remote jacket accessory, which the company said was designed to \"cushion the Wii Remote for Both the original Wii Sports game and its new Switch version include warnings when loading the game, urging players to be aware of their surroundings and use the Joy-Con harness to avoid accidents.On Thursday, the official Nintendo support account urged parents to watch their children while playing Switch Sports so they don't hit each other or TVs.In response to a 2008 ABC report, Nintendo of America said:The Wii Remote is perfectly safe when used as instructed: hold it firmly, do not release, pop the As with starting any new physical activity, it's best to pace yourself and not overdo it.
Some games, including Wii Sports, include in-game reminders for players to take a break from time to time.

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