In the news: Pure Pwnage owns the screen

PurePwnageFrom the Canada Media Fund’s Interactivity newsletter:

  • Pure Pwnage: Gaming Kings Own the Screen
    “While Canada’s screen media producers continue to strategize ways to monetize online content, two guys went out and did it. The fun way. Jarett Cale and Geoff Lapaire are the creators of Pure Pwnage, a web series they launched in 2005 that just finished an original TV season on Showcase. In the series, Cale appears as Jeremy, a player on top of his computer game, with Lapaire behind the camera as his brother Kyle, recording Jeremy’s slacker misadventures.” Read more.
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One thought on “In the news: Pure Pwnage owns the screen”

  1. If this is what is going to pass as comedy these days, then the industry is in BIG trouble. I can not recall seeing anything so pathetically lame in years.
    Scratching your nails on a chalk board would be more entertaining !

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