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‘Big Brother’ of Gaming: Tier One launches reality show The Gaming House

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Tier One Entertainment’s search for the next truly top tier gaming icon in the country will begin soon and that could be you.

Tier One co-founder and chief executive officer Tryke Gutierrez stressed that they will accommodate all types of gamers who will audition for one of their biggest projects this year dubbed as The Gaming House.

The Gaming House is a reality show that will allow streamers, content creators, and aspiring gamers the chance to live out their dreams and compete for a shot at becoming a talent under one of Southeast Asia’s leading esports and gaming entertainment firms.

“We want them (auditionees) to be their authentic selves, whether you’re a console player, PC player or mobile gamer. Laruin mo ‘yung gusto mong laro (Play the game that you want to play),” said Gutierrez during the launch of their new project on Friday night, June 4.

“That’s why for the mechanics we’ve created, hindi namin siya sinara for isang game lang (we didn’t set it for just one game) because we’ve been trying to break those walls for the past years and we’re not here to make new walls. So for us, kahit anong type ka pa ng gamer (whatever type of gamer you are), just be yourself, whether you don’t have a PC or cellphone to play, I mean there will be mechanics that will require you some stuff, but everybody will get a chance,” he added.

Likened to the hit American TV show Big Brother albeit under the gaming scene, a total of 10 contestants will be chosen to stay in the popular “Payamansion 1.0”, the original house where famous YouTube vlogger Lincoln “CongTV” Velasquez and his vlogging squad built their social media empire.

Over the course of three months, the contestants will undergo training and face a series of tasks and challenges centered on content creation, vlogging, streaming, among others.

There will be six elimination stages to determine the Final Four and eventually the winner who will be assured of becoming a Tier One talent.

“This is the perfect project para malaman natin kung sino talaga ang gustong makapasok sa Tier One (for us to know who really wants to be part of Tier One),” said the esports and gaming company’s co-founder Alodia Gosiengfiao.

The Gaming House will be hosted by Gutierrez and Gosiengfiao themselves as well as other gaming personalities, with some surprise guest appearances from Tier One’s roster of talents.

Backed by Grab Philippines, Predator Gaming, IKEA, Condura, Mad House and Arcanum, the show will run for 20 episodes from September to November and will be aired via ABS-CBN’s digital platforms and Tier One’s social media channels every week.

Details about the auditions will be announced soon on Tier One’s Facebook page and social media channels.

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