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A Group of Young Misfits Bonds over itsStruggle to Qualify for an Online Tournament

Several Young Misfits Bonds over itsStruggle to Be eligible for an internet Tournament. Against All Odds, Social Ostracism, Family Feuds, as well as an Opponent from Hell.
-Think 'That 70's Show' basement rendered into thebattleground for any 21st centuryRebellion.-

Former football ace Mario adds thistouch of ambition for the small selection of of casual online gamers and eSports enthusiasts around Cruiser and Fanny when studying in regards to the Super Bowl level price money there exists at risk.  
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Cruiser's garage converted internet café seems like Foreman's basement in 'That 70's show' five decades later and designed with the most up-to-date work stations and gaming memorabilia.It not merely serves as world war 2 room for their online MOBA (Multi-player Online Battle Arena) games, butalso because the hideaway in the many set-backs the adults suffer within the offline world.  

The diverse team throughout the stereotypical online gamer Cruiser, the webcam porn actress and cos-player Fanny and the self-centric and money-driven newbie Mario starts its journey being the most effective teams on the planet.


GotA contains 7min-episodes featuring hectic dramedy ('A comedy that's hardly funny' as Fanny explains from the first episode) in the multi camera sitcom style. Everything occur in the garage of Cruiser's foster home, which has been remodeled to some private internet café.  

Within a comedic way GotA - Gods in the Arena counters popular stereotypes about flash games and shows that lots of the soft skills one could only expect from traditional 'offline' sports are equally created in eSports. The show's targeted audience contains online gamers nearly as much as of individuals not used to on the web and therefore does not feature tech gobbledygook… unless it's funny, but shares the excitement for this quite recent wave in sports. It lets you do though; mirror gaming style, fast paced storytelling and iconic characters.

The show is subtitled in Chinese, French, German, Korean, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish to succeed in out to the key markets for Massive Multiplayer (MOBA) gameplay.

The actors have quite definitely been type casted. Close to sound acting training as well as an interest in MOBA gameplay, each actor can perfectly relate with the specific characteristics of his role. Be it hardcore gamer Cruiser, that's hardly anything else however that as part of his private life, or webcam performer Fanny building to be with her successful career as a Playboy model, and all sorts of others.
The writing- and production- crew around the up-and-coming Show Runner and Director danieljanouschekin his second show and multiple Emmy award winning Cinematographer Bruce Finn consists of a lot of L.A. based film- and tv- talent, all of them online gamers. Hence relating well for the online gaming industry and adding to the perception of the show really collaborative environment.

GotA is the story of the self-centered Mario who befriends with a circle of online gamers and pushes them to be involved in a major online tournament.

Episode 1 (Money On my checking account) introduces Mario to the internet café / garage Cruiser and Fanny use for their casual gaming. While studying about the price money Mario persuades the crooks to form a competitive MOBA team. Following a lengthy casting process the GotA team grows to the specified size with adding Paine and Vivek in episode 2 (1000 Gamer Girls Waiting for You). Coach joins the team to be able to coordinate training and competition, but she also follows her very own hidden agenda. Tensions boost in the viewers as Coach uses up practice by means of (out)dated board games in episode 3 (Good Game GotA). In episode 4 (Popular in North …) Cruiser inadvertently rises on the team leader with Coach being fired and Mario defecting to North Korea. Episode 5 (Winners like us) concludes the series using the five playing their finest game against a hotly favored Korean team to be eligible for a 'The Finals'. Causing potentially Episode 6 to come…

The Characters
Just a few years after his adoption, the 23 year old Chinese Cruiser, was rendered redundant through the birth of his step sister Paine. The dysfunctional relationship with his foster family drove him into the remodeled garage and video games early on. He developed all of the attributes we like to at gamers essentially the most: lazy, fat and antisocial.

The 22 years old porn actress Fanny are at ease along with her life but enraged by a hypocrite society, with all-around 66% of people watching porn but near to 0% accepting performers of the industry. Underneath her sexy cosplay uniforms she's got a heart of gold (exactly what a cliché), but you don't want to encounter her in MOBA, specifically when you find yourself displaying a cocky attitude.

Mario is often a 25 year old 'Beau', who regards online gamers with much contempt. He could be the level of overconfident underachiever email box being to have on the team, but he or she is energetic and capable to overcome his prejudices in terms of money … and Fanny.

Cruiser's 18 year-old sweet and adorable step sister Paine admires the older boys. Being ignored and banned in the basement by her step brother for therefore long, Paine placed her very own MOBA routine and progressed into a significant player, anonymously defeating her brother much too often.

Vivek, a 27 years old illegal immigrant from India and colleague of Mario is simply pleased to meet with people other than through the answering services company hotline of his workplace.
Coach can be a 26 year oldLife Coach full of esoteric flummery, who had been brought in the team to coordinate the players during combat. But she holds a dark secret.