The film explores the sub-culture of pro-gaming through the lives of North America’s top e-sports team, Team Evil Geniuses, as they tour the world competing for money, fame, and glory. Chris “Huk” Loranger, is Canada’s finest e-sports export and self-proclaimed diva; Greg “IdrA” Fields, a legend in the Starcraft community, now disillusioned with his once passion; Geoff “iNcontroL” Robinson, a former college football captain turned pro-gamer now at a crossroads in his career, and his bride to be, a Miss USA pageant contestant. Evil Geniuses’ CEO, Alex Garfield, is faced with the growing pains of being on the leading edge of a burgeoning multi-billion dollar industry; balancing sponsors and managing egos; all while trying to keep his own life in check.
An aging eSports competitor goes against the odds and challenges its younger gamers.
There’s something happening in the world of video games. Thousands are flocking to arenas to watch tournaments unfold. Tens of millions are watching online. One percent of the world population is playing the most popular competitive game. In All Work All Play, go behind the scenes and follow the ascent of eSports, and watch as the best pro gamers in the world fight for the Intel Extreme Masters championship.
A speculation mini-documentary by Rory 'Rez' Hunter and Adam 'Ginog' Watson looking at the future of Call of Duty featuring Callum 'Swanny' Swan.
Vancouver's esports scene is on the cusp to unstoppable growth. The local fighting games community tells all on what it took to get this far.
Today, there are more people in the world who play League of Legends than there are people who live in France. We wanted to look inside this rapidly expanding world of competitive gaming, so VICE host Matt Shea flew to South Korea, a country where so-called "eSports" can either make you rich and famous or land you in rehab.
In the not too distant future, a new deadly sport is the only way to stop a war that will kill millions. Fix (Snipes) is the creator of the sport, but the spotlight has always been on Ramzey (Cain), this hothead must use this game to stop the Revolution.
"Super E-sports: The Legendary Generation" is a youth inspirational film produced by Kunlun Film and WE E-Sports Club, based on the real story of China's first e-sports world champion team member "WE Five Tigers". On July 4th, 2017, the exclusive premiere of Tencent Video. If the wind, strawberry, smile, curl, SKY, TED, Jocker and other e-sports all-star lineup guest join.
Former Green Beret Louis Stevens returns to his hometown of Miami after completing military service in Brazil, only to learn that his old high school has become a haven for gangs and drug dealers. After Stevens uses his capoeira skills to kick several drug dealers off of the school property, Kerrigan, one of Stevens' old teachers, sees the impact that Stevens has on the students. Kerrigan gives him the task of teaching Capoeira to a handful of the worst at-risk students at the school.
Enraged by the sale of the vaulting horse that she'd been promised as hers to ride, Gracieuse, a talented rider, dumps her job at a stable. She starts again from zero by accepting work as a groom at a dressage stud farm adjacent to her father's property. The owner, Joséphine de Silène, exploits with an iron fist the international renown of a German trainer, Franz Mann. This former champion, now cynical and worn out, is sought out by female riders the world over, who fight each other for his knowledge - and for his attention. This microcosm of power and money has no time for Gracieuse, whose only assets are her talent, her fiercely stubborn character, and, most particularly, her determination to succeed. A high tension wire who's ready to stand up to Franz Mann and to face any obstacle, even if it means stepping outside the law, she pursues her sole obsession: to have horse to call her own that she will take to the top.
Rock Hudson is Roger Willoughby, a renowned fishing expert, who, unbeknownst to his friends, co-workers, or boss, has never cast a line in his life. One day, he crosses paths with Abigail Paige (Paula Prentiss), a sweetly annoying girl who has just badgered his boss into signing Roger up for an annual fishing tournament.