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Games is a 1983 in film gay pornographic film directed by Steve Scott and produced by Al Parker, starring Al Parker. It was released direct to video by Bijou Video. This film is a tale about athletes on their way to the first Gay Games in San Francisco. The film mixes some of the actual footage of the Gay Games.

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How Halo 5 YouTube Live-stream Smashed All Sales Records for Xbox

In October 2015, Xbox hosted a six-hour live-streamed event on YouTube which helped Halo 5 break sales records for the brand. Over the course of the event, around 8M viewers tuned in, with a dedicated 700K gamers staying for the full 6 hours.
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How Twitch is Building a Huge Gamer Community to Rival YouTube

In 2015, the average Twitch user watched over 130 more minutes of video each month than the average YouTube viewer. In fact, the average Twitcher is on the site for over 7 hours per month, and that's a huge marketing and advertising opportunity for brands.
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Gaming on YouTube: The New Gaming PR Machine

Gaming on YouTube has been around since the platform launched, but recently the work of video game content creators has received the exposure and respect it deserves both from other gamers as well as major game publishers alike.
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PewDiePie: YouTube Channel Review - Through the 'Reel' Wringer

Want to know what makes superstar gamer PewDiePie so successful on YouTube? Our 'Through the Wringer' series takes a deep dive into his channel to review the content, promotion, optimization, and community strategy of the world's biggest YouTube star.
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Brofresco: YouTube Channel Review - Through the 'Reel' Wringer

Video marketing series 'Through the Wringer' takes an in-depth look at a YouTube channel and reviews the content, programming, marketing, and audience strategy for any tips and strategy tricks to pass onto other creators and marketers. This week, Brofresco gets the Reel Wringer treatment.
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15% of ALL YouTube Videos Relate to Gaming: Minecraft & PewDiePie FTW

Did you know that 15% of all YouTube content revolves around video games? Minecraft takes the top spot for most views, with PewDiePie the most subscribed to YouTube gaming channel. Video gaming content also generates nearly twice as much engagement as other topics.
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Minecraft on YouTube: 47B Views, $2.5B Value, $0 Video Marketing Budget

Did you know that more people watch YouTube videos about Minecraft than any other video game? But the overwhelming majority of its views come from videos created not by the brand, but from its YouTube fans. The Minecraft company has embraced this earned media opportunity, and scored massive success without allocating huge resources to video marketing.
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How One Twitch Channel Boosted Video Views By 380% in a Day

Reel Gamer is a resource that helps gamers build their audience, both on Twitch, and on YouTube. The site created specific video content around a particular event, and generated a huge 380% increase in views on Twitch overnight. Read about how it did it, and what it takes to engage an audience to that extent.
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How Activision is Crushing it with YouTube Influencers & Fans

Activision's 'Call of Duty' YouTube channel has more than 2.3 million YouTube subscribers, and has generated over 500 Million views. 'Call of Duty' has also earned its parent company a 9.4% share of voice on YouTube with owned media. But 'Call of Duty' influencer videos (earned media) have been viewed 9.7 billion times, almost 20x the number of views for the brand's owned videos.
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44% of U.S. Broadband Users Watch Online Video Via a Games Console

9 out of 10 U.S. homes are connected to the Internet via a Broadband Internet connection, and a staggering 44% of those households watch non-gaming online video apps like Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Hulu Plus via their gaming consoles. 40% of those homes watch over 10 hours of streaming video content per week via their PlayStations or Xbox.
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YouTube War Games: Call of Duty vs. Battlefield

Video games are the second largest category on YouTube after music. And if you take away Vevo, games are the largest category that is driven by independent YouTuber channels. YouTube videos have a big impact in the gamer ecosystem, so let's take a look at how video game rivals Call of Duty and Battlefield compare.
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YouTube Wars: Boston Red Sox vs. New York Yankees

Sadly the U.S. had its heart broken by Belgium in the World Cup. But later this year we've got another big sporting contest coming with "World" in the title. That is, of course, the World Series. Now that the World Cup is over for the U.S., many Americans will return to watching baseball, but which of the big two teams is seeing the most action on YouTube?
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Why the Twitch Purchase is Great for YouTube But Could Suck for Twitch

The rumor that YouTube will pay $1 billion to acquire Twitch is great news for YouTube and makes perfect sense. Google created a great feature with Google hangouts and although they integrated it well with YouTube, it never gained traction as a community based streaming tool. Acquiring Twitch, even at the steep cost of $1 billion, would instantly give YouTube the top online streaming community.