Vice Studios Benelux is making document series on avenue soccer and e-sports for the worldwide network.
Modern Day Gladiators looks on the culture of e-games and e-leagues, exploring the human testimonies in the back of this ever-increasing international fashion. It will discover how eSports has entered the mainstream with celebrity players training as much as 12 hours an afternoon and playing to bought out arenas. It will also spotlight the darker aspect of gaming dependancy and how it’s impacted the community.
It will also launch an as-but-untitled collection looking on the origins of road football. It will discover how the game has given rise to a number of the biggest footballing legends but has additionally visible some of players lose their manner to distractions and temptations. The display profiles more than a few younger gifted players who have fallen among the cracks of the street pitches and ended up in prison.
Both collection will launch q4.
Stefan Tieleman, Head of Vice Studios, Benelux, stated, “We are extremely joyful to be operating with Insight TV on two, new authentic productions. Vice Studios are specialists in telling compelling memories that resonate with younger audiences. These two commissions will take a look at hidden elements of worldwide, mass sports – allowing us to faucet into a worldwide children target audience by means of imparting particular, candid and insightful content material.”
“This is an interesting declaration to be able to allow us to provide viewers around the arena with more availability of real content, produced within the highest pleasant with the aid of VICE Studios,” added Arun Maljaars, Director of Content and Channels, Insight TV. “We’re dedicated to supplying compelling content primarily based on inspirational characters, highlighting social problems and stories which might be essential to younger generations globally. These new indicates will tap into gritty, thematic and notion-upsetting narratives so that it will entertain and encourage discussion amongst viewers.”