Britain’s soon-to-be favourite gaming podcast gets underway — Say hello to episode one of The Gamebrit Podcast!
Unsurprisingly, the Gamebrit team take to the mics to discuss, wait for it, videogames.
In episode one we chat about what we’ve been playing recently, the World Cup (of course), the return of the wallet-draining Steam summer sale and just whether anybody does (or should) really care about whether a game is 1080p and 60 frames per second.
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Two English competitors will look to bring home the FIFA Interactive World Cup (FIWC) from Rio de Janeiro this summer.
The gaming event, now in its 10th year, will see the Grand Final run alongside the FIFA World Cup in Brazil — marking the first time both the real and interactive events come together in the same time and place.
David Bytheway from Wolverhampton and Ty Walton (pictured) from Redditch are the two English gamers hoping to be crowned the best FIFA players in the world, challenging players from competing nations such as France and The Netherlands.