Five things to know from what happened in the world of sport last week. June 3-8, 2020.

Remote cheering. Some football is back on empty stadiums. But Tunisia’s Club Sportif Hammam-Lif managed to get over 90,000 fans to remotely scream for their team. Wall Street Journal has the story.

Korean Baseball is on. The NC Dinos had the best ever start with a 17-3 streak, but Samsung blew their streak See ESPN’s KBO Power Rankings.

Black Lives Matter. Players from around the world are showing their solidarity with Black Lives Matter. An example was Liverpool’s players kneeling from the other side of the Atlantic. Liverpool Offside.

Gaming with a cause. Esports have been able to continue online yet they are also showing solidarity with the global situation. Games Without Borders is are competing for a charity prize of 10 Million USD. by Gulf Business

Simulation takes on reality. Simracing has had real-racing ramifications as three drivers have lost their rides or sponsorship last month due to simracing incidents. Robin Miller thinks this is nonsense (RACER)