Apple Wins Capitalism & Parents Enlist “Fortnite” Coaches |The Daily Show

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  • Published on:  Monday, August 6, 2018
  • Apple gets a $1 trillion valuation, Pope Francis declares his opposition to the death penalty, and parents are apparently hiring “Fortnite” coaches for their kids.Subscribe to The Daily Show: Follow The Daily Show:Twitter: full episodes of The Daily Show for free: Comedy Central:Twitter: The Daily Show:Trevor Noah and The World's Fakest News Team tackle the biggest stories in news, politics and pop culture.The Daily Show with Trevor Noah airs weeknights at 11/10c on Comedy Central.


  • Menix Animations  11 months ago

    Kid: “I wanna be a doctor”Dad: “Not under my roof”Cracked me 😂😂

  • Phazon Arrancar  11 months ago

    Menix Animations I wanna give this a like but it's at 666...I rather keep it like that lol

  • Jim E  11 months ago

    Menix Animations Yeah that bit was hilarious.

  • Fiaura The Tank Girl  11 months ago

    Just remember to marry a South Korean Daughter, you must defeat her father, at Starcraft.

  • SentientSockPuppet  11 months ago

    Fiaura The Tank Girl I shall be ready

  • Steven Cai  11 months ago

    Ah there's the StarCraft reference!

  • Rgr Hh  11 months ago

    Tf is happening

  • Melat G  11 months ago

    Donald trump became president

  • Jeremy Hendrickson *C R A C K E R E D*

  • Kaneco  11 months ago

    Gaming is cool and can be a profitable career but don't buy into the delusion that everyone can become a pro gamer, it's another big case of survivorship bias. Only like 0,1% of players ever make it pro, and even then it has to be a big enough game so that you can live off it and you have to get in early enough so you don't miss the train, if you get in on a competitive game 6 months after it is out, you are already behind 99% of the players, it's just how it is. I wasted many years since I was a kid...

  • Eetu Lehtonen  10 months ago

    How many people you think wasted their time in dreams of becoming a rock star or sports athlete. Not everyone can become one but many people will try and there's nothing different in trying to become an e-sports pro

  • Phenyo S  10 months ago

    This is true

  • g L  11 months ago

    "pika pika...." That delivery cracked me up

  • Kristian Kumpula  11 months ago

    Videogames are getting harder? What rock have you been living under?

  • I thought they were getting easier? The original ones like in arcades required players to die often in order to attempt multiple times therefore making more money. Then the console came and they relied on players staying so they became less hard so players dont quit

  • Meghna Lekshman  10 months ago


  • ziljin  11 months ago

    iPhone X going to cost $1000. Insanity.

  • Spik ik  11 months ago

    @Neutron Pixie so lack of slave labour is am excuse for greed? The prices go up because of the completely unrealistic idea of higher profits every quarter

  • Spik ik  11 months ago

    @_September _ also thats not consumer demand thats corporate greed. The consumers are not begging for a new phone that often.

  • THE JACK Sparrow  11 months ago

    Video game employment news😂😂😂😂

  • Kim Jong Fun  11 months ago

    Apple wins capitalism yet factories in China that make iphones have to install steel nets in their buildings to prevent workers committing suicide.

  • Vera 1957  11 months ago

    They should build their shop in the basement.

  • Richard Roberson  11 months ago

    Thats just china not apple

  • mohit sandhu  11 months ago

    Market value of 1 trillion doesn't mean that apple has made 1 trillion dollars.

  • rrs  11 months ago

    It just means fanboys got rich, or that more stupid people are being able to purchase overpriced tech. I mean, cmon, the only thing they've been "inovating" for years are the prices and the names.I'll love it when Apple colapses. At the same time, I wont, because Android needs to be kept in check (and also inspire itself in Apples shortcomings).

  • ranga c  11 months ago

    I'm sure people at the daily show know what market value is