They're doing it again: Webedia with its games brands Gamepro, Mein-MMO and Gamestar is heralding the springtime of games with the "Spring Edition" of the "Find your next Game" format. From April 17th to 20th, there will be several hours of live streaming daily from 29 p.m. – including gameplay shows, interviews and community activities.
All good things come in threes, says Webedia Germany and, together with the editors of Gamepro and Gamestar and the team behind the online portal Mein-MMO, invites you to around 40 hours of live streaming as part of the "Find your next game" (FYNG) format. a.
"Spring Edition": Live daily, over 50 new games
The streaming format only ran for around a week in January, before that fans were able to follow the format in summer 2020: the organizers registered over 4,8 million views for the premiere. "Find your next game" is now entering the third round. The minimum requirement probably: build on the first two editions. There will therefore be around 40 hours of live streaming, and the games editors now want to cover over 50 new games by April 29th. Interviews with guests and community activities complete the program.
Fans can see almost everything that even remotely belongs to the hot shit in the games industry this spring: from titles that have long been available, such as Assassin's Creed Valhalla or The Elder Scrolls Online to innovations such as the one recently plowed by Microsoft in an announcement Age of Empires 4 or the new offshoot from the Resident Evil main series, Resident Evil Village. Indie games shouldn't be neglected either.
Fans can indulge in games voyeurism without restraint: watch live gameplay or pass the time with special interest formats. Every day from 17 p.m. onwards, there are various items on the program - the editors of Gamepro, Gamestar and Mein-MMO are active until late in the evening.
The streaming event "Find your next Game" seems to be gradually establishing itself as a format - and it's coming, once again, at the right time. Due to the ongoing Corona situation, on-site events or conventions are still a thing of the future, despite ongoing planning for an at least partially physical trade fair Gamescom 2021 not yet finally decided. So fans are currently sucking up what formats they can get with event character.
In any case, publishers seem to have an ever-increasing part of their future in the digital world. "With the 'FYNG – Spring Edition' we want to show our community what's new in the gaming landscape," says project manager Daniel Feith. Both previous editions were "complete successes", "both with our users and with our partners". One would like to build on this with the Spring Edition. "This time with even more exclusives and many exciting guests". This time Nord-VPN, one of the world's largest Internet security providers, was brought on board as the main sponsor.
You can follow the shows via the Gamestar's YouTube channel or the in-house Twitch channel Monsters & Explosions. The first fans are already in the starting blocks before the start and are waiting for the starting gun.
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