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Game of Thrones’ prodigy prodigy, Prodigy, is making his mark on the video game industry.
“Game,” he says.
The 23-year-old prodigy has a passion for the fantasy genre, having recently launched his own YouTube channel called “Prodigy’s Game of Warcraft” where he plays and reviews the popular MMORPG.
He also runs a gaming podcast called “Game Talk.”
“We’ve always wanted to create something new,” says Prodigy.
“And I think we have a really good team behind us, and I think they’re really excited to see what we can do.”
Prodigy and his team are also looking to expand their video game business.
“I think there’s a lot of potential out there for games, especially if you can tap into the fans’ passion for these different genres,” says a visibly excited Prodigy on the latest episode of “Game.”
“I feel like it’s a good time for me to get back into that world, because I’m just starting to see the potential.”
He adds, “We have a lot to do, but it’s going to take time.”
The show’s host and co-host, Andrew Miller, who is also Prodigy in real life, explains, “The show is very much a side project that I do because I want to create my own show that is just about the people who play the game.
It’s my chance to see how far we can take this.”
For Prodigy it’s been an exciting year to watch the gaming world change, and he’s excited to make a difference in the industry.
His first game, “Tournament of Thrones,” is the first of many, and Prodigy says he hopes to do more with it.
“It’s like a show that I have to keep coming back to.
If I’m not going to get to that next one, I have nothing to lose,” he said.
“You never know when you’re going to come across something really cool, so I’m going to keep doing my thing.”
In an interview with CBC News, Proddah said he plans to expand on the series, “Game Show,” with a third installment of “Tourney of Thrones.”
“Trouble in the South” was the first game to get a professional license and was a hit with players.
It also became one of the first MMOs to reach millions of subscribers.
“Treyarch is really proud of the game, and they want to make more of it,” says Miller.
“But I think for a lot more people it’s something they’re going, ‘This is really cool,'” he says, adding that he and Miller hope to “take a similar approach to this one.”
“Game” was nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Visual Effects and won three Emmys.
Prodigy also has a long list of other awards to his name including “Best Achievement in Gaming,” “Best Gameplay Design,” and “Best Audio Editing.”
His passion for video games is evident in the videos he makes of himself playing games, but he also likes to share his experiences and advice on his YouTube channel.
In a video titled “Tune in and tell me what I’ve missed!” he shares how he was a child in the 1990s, playing Super Mario Bros. and Tetris.
“My mother was always like, ‘Don’t worry, it’s okay.
I’m still your mother.’
So it was kind of like, I’m kind of a weird kid in a weird family,” he explains.
He says it was his mother’s idea to bring him to Disneyland.
“We got to Disneyland for a day, and my mom took me to see my first attraction, so she’s the first one to tell me, ‘I want you to go to Disneyland and see your mom,'” he said, adding, “I’m like, okay, but I’ll just see my mom and go.”
Proddahs favorite game is “Starcraft,” and it’s the game he’s most proud of.
“StarCraft is the game that I think I’ll be my whole life,” he tells CBC News.
“That game is the one that I’m really excited about, and it was a very big part of my childhood.”
He also plays “Halo,” and he says he’s always wanted a “Star Wars” game, but never got one.
Proddagh says he wants to make the most of the opportunities he has and he hopes that his game will bring people together.
“This is something that I want the world to see.
We’re a really small, tight-knit family, so it’s nice to see this.
And I hope that we can inspire people,” he concludes.
“Hopefully people will start tuning in and start playing games together.”
Prodigah is the third in a series of young talent who are breaking into the gaming industry.
Last month, “Hollywood Squares” co-founder