AK, the new hi-tech products signed by Atalanta in collaboration with AK Esports can be booked

AK, the new hi-tech products signed by Atalanta in collaboration with AK Esports can be booked


AK today launches a new line of technological products born from the collaboration between the football club Atalanta Bergamasca Calcio, better known as Atalanta, and AK Esports. These gaming accessories offer optimal performance even to the most demanding gamers and certainly cannot be missing in the station of any fan of the historic team.

Let's start with the AK Esports Atalanta CH-321 B.C. gaming headset. Special Edition, offered at a price of € 54.90, which will prove to be perfect companions for your long gaming sessions, thanks to the comfort and sound insulation guaranteed by the suspension headband and padded ear cups. The headset has an integrated sound card, 50mm neodymium driver and a high-quality microphone, ensuring an optimal listening experience.

We continue with the M711 Atalanta B.C. gaming mouse. Special Edition, proposed at € 69.90. Lightweight (only 60 grams thanks to the breathable honeycomb top surface) and elegant, the M711 gaming mouse is equipped with a 16,000 DPI PixArt PMW3389 optical sensor (with seven sensitivity settings) and high quality Omrom switches (guaranteed beyond 20 million clicks), to give you maximum performance during your gaming sessions. Finally, a pleasant RGB lighting in the scroll wheel and on the logo could certainly not be missing.

The Gaming Devastator Atalanta B.C. Keyboard + Mouse kit is also quite interesting. Special Edition, which, for only € 59.90, allows you to take home the Devastator MB24 membrane keyboard, equipped with ultra-durable keytops with anti-slip coating and laser engraved, and the Devastator MS2K mouse, which offers three modes ( 1000/1600/2000 DPI) and a high precision wheel.

A self-respecting gaming station can only be completed by a beautiful gaming chair, in this case constituted by the Caliber R2 Atalanta B.C. Special Edition, which you can take home for € 269. The chair is equipped with a reliable class 4 gas piston and can lift a maximum load of 150Kg without any problems. The gaming chair guarantees perfect posture and support to overcome hours and hours of play without problems. Comfort is further accentuated by the use of perforated breathable synthetic leather which increases ventilation and circulation to reduce vapor accumulation.

All products are bookable from now on the AK shop.

Yes, the photo of a woman holding an AK-47 in San Francisco is real

A woman was seen holding an AK-47 during a speed event in San Francisco. An investigation is ongoing.

On August 4, the San Francisco Police Department tweeted a photo of a woman allegedly holding an AK-47 while hanging from a vehicle window. 

The photos were also shared from the San Francisco Police Department's Facebook account on August 5.

Since it was posted, VERIFY was asked about the photo. 


Is the photo of a woman holding an AK-47 while hanging from a car window real?



Yes, the photo is real and police are investigating the incident.


The San Francisco Police Department shared the photo, along with another showing a vehicle seized, from their Twitter and Facebook accounts. 

“On July 11th, 2021, during an illegal sideshow event at Barneveld & McKinnon, a passenger leaned out of a Cadillac holding an AK-47 (see photo),” the Facebook post said. “The SFPD’s Traffic Company personnel worked up a case, and seized this particular vehicle yesterday evening.”

On July 11th, 2021, during an illegal sideshow event at Barneveld & McKinnon, a passenger leaned out of a Cadillac...

Posted by San Francisco Police Department on Thursday, August 5, 2021

According to the California legislature, “sideshow” is defined as “an event in which two or more persons block or impede traffic on a highway, for the purpose of performing motor vehicle stunts, motor vehicle speed contests, motor vehicle exhibitions of speed, or reckless driving, for spectators.”

Office Adam Lobsinger, a public information officer with the San Francisco Police Department told VERIFY the incident is under investigation

“As a result, we cannot release a copy of the incident report. So far no arrests have been made. The incident is being investigated by the SFPD Stunt Driving Response Unit and the SFPD Traffic Company. Due to the fact that this is an open and active investigation we cannot comment further,” Lobsinger said. 

Lobsinger also could not confirm if the photo was submitted directly to the police department or found on social media. 

VERIFY used RevEye, a reverse image search extension that searches across popular image platforms TinEye, Google Images, Bing Images and Yandex, and found the social media posts from the San Francisco Police Department were the earliest versions of the image posted, suggesting the photo is authentic (see here and here for some results).

Credit: Screenshot/Google Images

Using Google Maps, VERIFY could also confirm the photo was taken from the intersection of Barneveld and McKinnon Avenues. 

VERIFY compared the background of the photo shared by the San Francisco Police Department and found the same buildings and even the same motorhome was seen in each background.

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