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3:21 PM on 11.05.2007 // EpilepticGaming
Epileptic Gaming season two begins today



Epileptic Gaming season two begins today

The Web’s only live, daily videogame talk show returns at 7 p.m. Eastern // 4 p.m. Pacific


SANTA MONICA, CA; Nov. 5, 2007 – After taking a few weeks off to upgrade the GGL Santa Monica studio, the cast and crew of Epileptic Gaming are proud to announce that season two of the Internet’s only live, daily videogame talk show returns today.

Always setting the standard when it comes to original video entertainment for the Web, Epileptic Gaming’s cast and crew continue to evolve with an increased focus on bringing the professionalism of television to an emerging Web space that rarely sees this level of daily, original content.

“To add to the lineup of regular videogame news and reviews, season two will offer Epileptic Gaming fans more industry guests, event coverage and the kind of content you can only find on Epileptic Gaming,” said host Marcus “djWHEAT” Graham. “We’re proving this by bringing Vanessa from the Championship Gaming Series and Mega 64 on this week. We have even more to come and it’s been an exciting process getting ready for the new season.”

Epileptic Gaming gives gamers and viewers several ways to view this free and entertaining content. Those wishing to tune in can do so live at 7 p.m. Eastern on major video sites such as Stickam or uStream. The show is also streamed live on the official show page Epileptic Gaming and available on demand shortly after.


Epileptic Gaming: http://epilepticgaming.ggl.com

Season one VODs: http://epilepticgaming.ggl.com/episodes

Highlights of Epileptic Gaming: http://youtube.com/user/EpilepticGaming
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