In June 2015, twenty five years after the first tournament was held, the Nintendo World Championships took place in California, showcasing the talents of the world’s top sixteen Nintendo players. The gamers were challenged to Nintendo games new and old, including Splatoon, The Legend of Zelda, Metroid Prime: Blast Ball, Super Metroid, Mario Kart 8, Balloon Fight, Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and Super Mario Maker.
After all of the button mashing, in game strategy, and unbridled determination only one person will remain to capture the 2015 Nintendo World Championship!
Gaming Show (In My Parents’ Garage) stars newcomers and real-life video game addicts Jesse Sukunda, Julia Schwartz and Ian Duchene, a trio of quirky young teens who aspire to create a popular and inventive YouTube channel devoted to gaming. All the magic happens in Jesse’s tricked out parents’ garage; this is where they hang out, debate the virtues of video games, and shoot cool and informative field segments. Among those spots are reviews on the latest games, head-to-head competitions and a look behind-the-scenes of fascinating “How Do They Do That?” moments. Plus, the gang often receives surprise visits from high profile YouTube, sports, music and gaming celebs.
Gaming Show (In My Parent’s Garage) YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/gamingshow
Grizzly Cup, the intense outdoor competition series, debuts Tuesday, November 4 at 7 pm EST and features returning hosts Kelli Berglund (Lab Rats) and Bradford How (MuchMusic) as they guide teams through fast-paced skill-testing endurance challenges of determination and grizzly grit. Following the premiere, new episodes of the four-part action series will continue to air Tuesday nights throughout the month of November.