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VideoGamer.com internet show

Game reviews and previews blended with "comedy sketches" and "irreverent humour".

Hertfordshire, England, May 21 2008: VideoGamer.com is delighted to announce the debut episode of its internet show, which features video game reviews and previews uniquely blended in with predominantly British comedy sketches and irreverent humour. The first episode features a review of Grand Theft Auto, Iron Man, Mario Kart and Euro 2008, alongside previews of Haze and Metal Gear Online.

The show is written by the whole team and presented, directed and produced by Nick Peres and Simon Hunter, who joined the company last year. It is now available to stream on the VideoGamer.com player and will be offered as a High Definition download with iTunes integration later on this month.

“The difficulty of coming up with a unique concept for a video games show that ticks all the right boxes cannot be underestimated, especially when taking into account the comparatively small size of our video team,” said Nick Peres. “As such, it’s fantastic that we’ve been able to produce a show that’s unconventional and entertaining whilst being genuinely informative to gamers. The potential for the show is spectacular and I’m really looking forward to producing the rest of the series.”

The first episode can be found here:


For queries regarding show content and scheduling, please contact Nick Peres: nick.peres@videogamer.com or 01923 270 778. For advertising enquires please contact Adam McCann: adam.mccann@videogamer.com or 01923 270 218.

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About Pro-G Media Ltd

Founded in June 2004, Pro-G Media publishes VideoGamer.com ( www.videogamer.com), a leading online video games website in the UK. VideoGamer.com offers a wide range of textual and video gaming content to a global audience, which is also syndicated to Virgin Media, one of the largest portals in the UK.

The publication underwent a re-brand last November from Pro-G to VideoGamer.com, which also involved the re-launch of the website, addition of three new employees, and a move to larger premises. The company has several new launches planned in 2008, starting with a re-vamp of its community forums and comments. Pro-G Media specialises in online marketing and bespoke video game content production. For more information please visit www.pro-gmedia.com.

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