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The latest all-action drama of the Drone Racing League comes to Sky Sports Mix on Friday and Monday, with a British pilot at the fore. Clearance Stan Smith NZ Online . After Miami Lights, LA Pocalypse and Project Manhattan, the DRL steps up a gear with Level Four pitting the worlds best drone pilots against a new generation as they race through the original tech start-up: Bell Labs.Friday night at 9pm, Mix will give you the chance to see episode one of Fire City and the second part will be on Monday at the same time as the DRL heads towards its thrilling conclusion at the Ohio Crash Site. And St Helens very-own YeahLad makes his introduction as we get to the British pilot making a name for himself in the DRL - hit play on the video at the top of the page to hear from the man himself.The DRL is a futuristic racing phenomenon, which sees quad-copter drones reach speeds of up to 120mph as skilled pilots guide them through three-dimensional courses, and this week it was confirmed that the finale of the 2017 season would be coming to Britain at Alexandra Palace. Drone Racing on Sky Sports Mix Miami Lights October 24 LA Pocalypse (Ep1) October 28 LA Pocolypse (Ep2) October 31 Project Manhattan (Ep1) November 5 Project Manhattan (Ep2) November 7 Fire City (Ep1) November 11 9pm Fire City (Ep1) November 14 9pm Finale: Starfighter November 21 9pm The DRL is the global leader of First Person View (FPV) drone racing, which features elite pilots each flying a custom-designed, hand-built drone through complex, thematic, three-dimensional racecourses that have been compared to a real-life video game.Race names such as Moke, Furadi and Zoomas are given to the DRL pilots, while their personal race equipment is given titles such as Hovership Zuul SuperBeast or RotorX Atom & Dronewolf Pup.The DRL media team creates and continues to innovate a custom-designed broadcast and race infrastructure to capture the fast, close-proximity racing. Pilots race drones that reach speeds of up to 120mph Sky has invested $1m in the Drone Racing League (DRL) and has agreed to a distribution deal that will see the thrilling world of elite drone racing come to the newly launched Sky Sports Mix channel.In addition to Skys investment, Sky Sports has completed a distribution partnership with the DRL to bring live events and broadcast content to the UK and Ireland.Airing as 10 one-hour episodes, the DRL season covers five races - including a winner-take-all world championship to crown the best drone pilot. What is Drone Racing? More on the futuristic racing phenomenon thats coming to Sky Sports Sky Sports Mix will provide an introduction to the sport for millions of Sky customers at no extra cost, with live sports every day.Sky Sports and DRL will also team up with London & Partners to bring an official DRL race, the first professional drone race in the UK, to an iconic venue in London. Also See: What is Drone Racing? 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While many thought that IEM Oakland would be SK Gamings time to get back in the spotlight, Ninjas in Pyjamas shocked the world with a big win in the grand finals.Despite their struggles lately, Ninjas in Pyjamas showed they are very much alive in the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive competitive scene with the IEM win, picking up a cool $128,000 for their troubles. Meanwhile the loss Sunday marks the second time in as many tournaments that SK have fallen just short. While they may be earning finals appearances, its clear SK Gaming have some work to do if it hopes to regain its swagger from last year, when they dominated the competitive scene.SK takes down AstralisSK Gaming and Astralis opened up the final day of IEM Oakland with fireworks, as the two teams battled it out for a spot in the grand finals. SK got off to a quick 5-0 lead before faltering quite a bit into the second half. Astralis surged all the way to a 14-9 lead before SK finally found its groove once again. Fernando fer Alvarenga was a big part of that comeback, going 12/2 in the final seven rounds that SK won to take the first map 16-14. With the win, SK are now an outstanding 26-2 on Train in LAN matches. SKs unbelievable amount of success on Train may force opposing teams to ban the map immediately if they hope to have any easier shot at winning a respective series.The series transitioned to Mirage -- Astralis pick for the series -- for the second game, and it was just as closely contested as Game 1. SK once again got off to a quick lead, this time 4-0, before going into the half up 11-4. The Brazilian squad wasnt able to pull away once the second half started, though. Astralis made it interesting, rallying back to within one round, staring at a 13-12 deficit. From there, SK stabilized and won three straight rounds to take the series. It was Epitacio TACO de Melos big 1 vs. 2 clutch to win the final round that propelled SK to the grand finals to face Ninjas in Pyjamas.Ninjas in Pyjamas take down FaZe ClanThis hotly contested series started off with Ninjas in Pyjamas map pick of Nuke, which would have made you think that they would take the series pretty easily. That couldnt have been further from the truth. While they did get off to a great start with a 10-5 lead at the half, their CT-side faltered in a big way as FaZe forced overtime. Patrik f0rest Linndberg came up big for the pajama-clad ninjas in overtime, going 6/0 in the four consecutive round wins to take the first map by a score of 19-15. Cheap Adidas Running Shoes NZ. While the Ninjas seemed to struggle a bit on its map choice in Game 1, FaZe Clan made sure to dominate while on its pick of Train in Game 2. It also took a 10-5 lead into the half, but managed to hold on in a big way to easily wrap up the 16-6 win and force a decisive Game 3. While Game 3 didnt go into overtime, the final match in the series was just as close as the first. Ninjas in Pyjamas took a 9-6 lead into the half before the teams both won seven rounds in the second half. Thankfully for Ninjas, that halftime lead proved to be the difference and netted them a 16-13 win that put them on a collision course to meet SK in the grand finals of IEM Oakland.Ninjas in Pyjamas upset SK GamingRight from the start, Ninjas in Pyjamas made a curious decision opting to allow SK Gaming to select the map Train for Game 1, especially given their success on the map as of late (26-2 in LAN matches on the map). This odd move inevitably led to SK gaining a quick 1-0 lead after taking Game 1 by a score of 16-4. Lincoln fnx Lau led the way with his 18/11 KD and 106.4 ADR as SK improved to 27-2 on Train at LAN events.Despite all of SKs success on Train in Game 1, it all came crashing down in Game 2 on Ninjas pick of Cache. SK didnt go away quietly, though. The Swedish squad got out to a 12-5 lead before SK came roaring back, nearly forcing overtime. Waiting with bated breath to shut the door on SKs comeback was none other than f0rest, who dropped 30 kills on SK to take the map 16-14 and send the grand finals to a Game 3.In a somewhat surprising result, with the game on the line, it was Ninjas in Pyjamas who would come out on top. They took a big 10-5 lead into the half, but SK once again came back to make things interesting. The Brazilian juggernauts would actually take a 13-11 lead before the Ninjas would band together to win five of the next six rounds and take the IEM title home. Adam friberg Friberg may have been at the bottom of the scoreboard for Ninjas in Pyjamas overall in the series, but he came to play during Game 3 with a 27/21 KD and 94.8 ADR. ' ' '