The earliest known written record of a Football match taking place in England, was penned by cleric William Fitzstephen after a trip to London in 1170 AD – it went:
“After dinner all the youths of the city goes out into the fields for the very popular game of ball.“
Over eight centuries later and this very English “game of ball” was transformed into the most watched sports-league in the world.
English football has enjoyed a long and proud history. But while football as a whole has been a pillar of our culture, each individual club is forever in flux, rising and falling in the league tables as new players, talent and money are attracted from all corners of the globe like magnets. But how has your club changed over this time?
When a pig is late to the party
People say all sorts of things. For example, that those born under the sign of the pig have a beautiful personality and are blessed with good fortune in life. We won’t confirm or deny. What we can do, is give you a little more insight into this ancient Chinese tradition. And suggest a couple of sizzlin’ piggy-themed slots to sweeten the deal.
Video games get a bit of tough time, don’t they? The media and parents alike have criticised them for promoting violent behaviour and making screen slaves out of our youths. But do games really shape our culture? And if so, is it all bad?
Here at Casumo, we’ve done a bit of research into the links between video games and culture and found some pretty eye-opening stuff. Take a look.
Bruhaha! Who are the most frightened Brits?
Can you feel the chills, running down your spine as you play our scary slot games? It’s that spooky time of year again, where ghouls and ghosts come out at night, so we wanted to know what gives you a fright…