A new esports reality show, GameMaster, is set to debut on a streaming service in spring 2020. Wil Wheaton will serve as the Commissioner/Host on the nine-parter, with 12 amateur esports contestants living together and competing in a house as their actions are broadcast on platforms around the globe.
The reality show will promises ” an favorites, mortal enemies, awesome games, cool gear, and tremendous audiences” — plus a $100K cash prize .
Produced by Georgia-based Peach Maria Productions and will powered by AMD, “GameMaster takes the love of gaming and elevates it to a whole new level through the first immersive, multi-platform, head-to-head competition for both casual and diehard gaming fans,” said show creator and executive producer John Colp. “Our players won’t play the same game from noon to night. They will play different games throughout and, at the end, the person who has the best cumulative score will be crowned the champion.”