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Gamescast TV Announced

The numerous eSports streaming organizations in North America join together into one network, aptly named Gamescast TV.

Gamescast TV, a new joint venture between numerous website which had previously been competing with one another, has been announced today with the goal of making gamers only have one place to go for their casting needs.

The first passage of the announcement states the unified goal of all the partners in the new organization:

“We all have a common passion: to see e-Sports grow via unification of the broadcaster/spectator experience, and to facilitate online gaming streams in their transition to mainstream media.”

“We plan to partner with every major company, and even minor organizations (that meets our quality standards) who broadcasts LIVE original content.  The bottom line for spectators is convenience, the bottom line for broadcasters is networking and added publicity.”

They have hopes to do numerous things with the new site, such as a schedule of upcoming broadcasting, a dedicated Internet TV station, user customization, and a search able video on demand.

They have a list of confirmed partners like djWHEAT, GameFire, TGBF.tv, Quake Live TV and many more. They plan on getting every single high quality broadcaster on their roster.

 

Current Partners:

djWHEAT
GameFire
TGBF.tv
C&C Live
Level Up Your Game
eFragTV
Tastyspleen
Quake Live TV
Brent and Kenny
QuakeWorld.nu

Potential Partners:

QuadV
Pwnage.tv
E-Rev
ESL TV
Holysh1t TV
Team Rush EU
iplaywinner
FrameAdvantage
GYTNews.com
Gamestah
H2kTV
SourceRadio

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quote#1 US AGar 18/01/2010 - 00:49:05
Holy shit.

This could be huge.

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