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Team Razer presents 'Great Games'

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by technokat, Nov 26, 2014.

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  1. technokat

    technokat Director, Social Marketing Staff Member

    WATCH THE LAST EPISODE OF GREAT GAMES:

    Saving the best for the last, check out the exciting conclusion to Team Razer’s ‘Great Games’ – this time, looking into one of the largest eSports titles, League of Legends:




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    EPISODE 2 OF GREAT GAMES HAS ARRIVED:

    Following on from Episode 1 we transition into the world of Action Real Time Strategy/Multiplayer Online Battle Arena games, in particular, follow us into the world of Dota 2. Watch it now:





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    FIRST EPISODE OUT ON NOV 29:

    Hot off its premiere at DreamHack Winter, here's the first episode of the Team Razer documentary, 'Great Games'. Watch it and let us know what you think:




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    #TeamRazer proudly presents: “Great Games”, the definitive eSports documentary:



    We love eSports, and we know you do too! That’s why we’ve been working behind the scenes on a special eSports documentary with Travis “Samox” Beauchamp, creator of the hit series “The Smash Brothers”, to tell the world the story of eSports and some of its greatest rivalries.

    “Great Games”, a three part documentary, showcases professional players and their unique stories from StarCraft, Dota 2 and League of Legends, featuring some of the industry’s greats like Flash, Jaedong, TC, Fear, Doublelift, HotshotGG, LiquidHerO and Zaqueri "Aphromoo" Black, to name just a few.

    So join us on this incredible adventure, starting with episode 1, which will premiere exclusively on the DreamHack StarCraft 2 live stream at 6:30am PST/3:30pm CET 29th November. To check out the trailer, learn more about the documentary series and enter our unique giveaway head over to the link below:

    www.razerzone.com/gg
     
    Last edited: Dec 13, 2014
  2. This looks great! I'm really enjoying all these groups making gaming documentaries.
     
  3. So basically all of the "Industry greats" from league of legends are from the team CLG. I wish there was more diversity in players chosen :/
     
  4. fastSangriaGARNET848

    fastSangriaGARNET848 Active Member

    Is this the announcement of the day?
     
  5. doomddo

    doomddo Member

    Good to see that one is coming out about all the games and not just dota 2.
     
  6. Quailstick

    Quailstick Well-Known Member

    Should be interesting!!
     
  7. kajira

    kajira Mother of Gaming

    Oh, this is great!! I'll be watching this with family. :)
     
  8. SUPERCILEX

    SUPERCILEX Active Member

    This is really interesting, Razer's never done anything like this before... I can't wait to see how it turns out!!! :D How long is it going to be? 45 mins for each part?

    This also reinforces the fact that you can learn from gaming. Gaming is going to grow, one step at a time...
     
  9. holyy

    holyy Active Member

    eSports for life
     
  10. Waksack

    Waksack New Member

    "...the geatest gamers the world has ever seen." but I'm not being filmed right now?
     
  11. NuclearOtter_xf_rzr

    NuclearOtter_xf_rzr New Member

    Yeh same
    same
     
  12. MrAraxas_no_id

    MrAraxas_no_id New Member

    Awesome,
    Definitely goin' to watch this :D
     
  13. technokat

    technokat Director, Social Marketing Staff Member

    Hot off its premiere at DreamHack Winter, here's the first episode of the Team Razer documentary, 'Great Games'. Watch it and let us know what you think:

     
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  14. glad i got to be a part of the documentary! i suggest everyone check it out!

    tristan imanoob
     
  15. mltan

    mltan CEO Staff Member

    I've been in eSports for such a long time but I truly enjoyed watching this. I'm also spamming all my pals who have been generally meh about eSports with it.
     
  16. kajira

    kajira Mother of Gaming

    I spent all day doing family / friends stuff and didn't make it in here until late (even for me) so, now that it's nearly 5am I think I'll have to rest soon before watching. However, this is a priority for me as soon as I get the chance. I plan on encouraging my youngest son to watch it with me. :)
     
  17. SUPERCILEX

    SUPERCILEX Active Member

    Hey everyone!
    Let's take a break from talking about the Nabu, shall we! :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

    I thought the documentary was a really cool learning experience; there was a lot of background info on the the starcraft pro gamers: you got to learn their general tactics, motivations, approach, and stuff about their teams. The documentary also did a good job of getting you hooked right from the beginning. I was immediately like: what did he do? How far did he go? Who did he compete against? etc... To me, the documentary just had a great general feel. I really like it!!! :D
    I have one negative feeling though :slightly_sad:: I felt like it needed a clearer summary. I think the documentary needed a better recap of who did what and against who.

    How about you?

    PS: If you don't know what I'm talking about, go here: razerzone.com/gg
     
  18. Elfreid

    Elfreid Well-Known Member

    Gaming documentaries are always hype me. I am living in a place that no people really think gaming is a thing. I often called futureless, trash of society, loser of life, bla bla bla. It is always satisfy to watch how those pro gamers walk through and finally successful make it as their career.

    JaeDong, Flash and Hero are real legend in SC2. From the video you can see how fast their hand can be and their mind is even faster. I always enjoy watch their replay especially those tournament one.
     
  19. SUPERCILEX

    SUPERCILEX Active Member

    That's really sad... I hope this helps people be more understanding! :D
     
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