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Good Game Asia Is The World’s First Live Gaming Reality TV Show

YouTube show Good Game Asia, which involves games and streamers in a reality TV show-style contest, launched worldwide on 10 June 2022.

Hosted by the husband-and-wife team of Singaporean music sensation Sezairi and gaming community lead Syaza Tan, the show features 15 international stars battling it out in a series of challenges for S$200,000 in cash and prizes, and the right to be crowned Asia’s next gaming entertainment superstar.

The TV show will air in English on Warner TV every Friday  at 7.35pm GMT+8, as well as on Good Game Asia’s website, asia.gg featuring 1-hour pre- and post-show commentary and live streaming by the contestants and local hosts in-market.

Korean multi-hyphenate superstar Haha, known internationally for being one of the hosts of Running Man, will also be hosting weekly viewing parties through his own social media channels.

Good Game Asia will bring together a collection of seasoned veterans and new amateur gaming talent from all over Asia to Singapore, where gaming and esports are gaining tremendous momentum. Contestants will be placed in the ‘Good Game Arena’ where they will compete against themselves and each other in a series of challenges, both online, and offline around the garden city, aimed at identifying Asia’s next great gaming content superstar.

During their journey, contestants will make friends and enemies, win prizes, sponsorships, grow their fan base and drive to win a professional contract with Yup.gg. Good Game Asia pulls back the curtain on the gaming/esports industry, shows the real faces and tells the real story of what it takes to make it in the world’s largest and fastest growing entertainment category.

Gamers were selected across Asia Pacific and were eventually chosen for a variety of reasons including their personalities, audience reach, and gaming level of expertise.

Judges include Good Game Asia show creator, Cockfield along with hosts Sezairi and Syaza. Viewers can also expect to see special guest judges making an appearance throughout season. Good Game Asia will portray reality TV in a natural manner that promotes authentic engagement, as the gamers are not ‘locked-in’ but are free to come and go as they please while sticking to the production schedule and their social media and fan commitments.

Good Game Asia Director and Executive Producer, Jonathan Glazier said:

“It is important to understand that this is a ‘live’ competition. The content may not all be live, but the 10 weeks of production happen over 10 weeks in reality, enabling our social media to be live and interactive. Also, contestants will be housed together throughout the duration of the show where they will train, creating an intense and positive competitive energy. The judges and participants will also interact naturally, resulting in a complex and entertaining reality experience for viewers.”

The contestants are:

  • Estelle Fly (Estelle Lim) – Singapore – Streamer/Singer/Dancer/Actor
  • Cherzinga (Cheryl Allison Lim) – Singapore – Streamer/Fashion Blogger
  • Hades (Sean Goh Yi Wei) – Singapore – Shoutcaster/Analyst
  • Maser (Ekanun Loedphonganukun) – Thailand – Streamer
  • Melancholiaaaaaa (Sopita Daniels) – Thailand – Streamer
  • Kelvin Gaming (Kelvin Alfiando) – Indonesia – Streamer
  • Rudeism (Dylan Beck) – New Zealand – Streamer/Game Developer
  • PandaTV (Ryan Dingle) – Australia – Streamer
  • Ngyyelling (Tran Bao Nguyen) – Vietnam – Streamer
  • V3nom (Ankit Panth) – India – VALORANT Pro/Streamer
  • Fl0w3R (Hwang Yeong) – Korea – Former Overwatch Pro
  • MakNooN (Yoon Ha-Woon) – Korea – Former League of Legends Pro/Streamer
  • Shin Gonzaga  (Gonzaga) – Philippines – Streamer/Content Creator
  • Rebyczko (Valerie Byczko) – Philippines – Streamer/Cosplayer
  • Ang Negrong Gamer (Max Osasuna) – Philippines – Gamer/Sailor/Father

Good Game Asia can be watched online at asia.gg with subtitles in Traditional and Simplified Chinese, Thai, Bahasa and Vietnamese.

TAKE A LOOK at the other episodes we have recapped so far

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