“The Gaming House,” the first-ever gaming survival reality show in the Philippines, has officially opened its doors to welcome its top ten trainees who will compete in various challenges every week on iWantTFC and Kapamilya Online Live on ABS-CBN Entertainment’s YouTube channel and Facebook page.
Five of the trainees, namely summa cum laude graduate Claudine Tayco (Odin), Swiss videographer Sven Schmid (Nevz), flight attendant Denise Nicole Marfil (Den Den), 21-year-old dad Jose Emmanuel Ingan (Inganation), and Michael Moens (Venoshii) from Belgium were the top picks of the judges to enter the house.
Twenty-four-year-old breadwinner Amira Joyce Llacer (Amira), streamer and pro-players Sarah Nicole Nesperos (Seyrah) and Ron Michael Pabalan (Pabbie), YouTuber Dannica Suazo (Boss D), and cosplayer Cheska Adrielle Galvez (Chekay) landed a spot in the competition after their live audition videos gained the highest number of views.
On their first night inside the “Gaming House,” the trainees were provided with their own streaming set-up and individual vlogging kits as they prepare to showcase their creativity and skills in gaming, streaming, vlogging, and content creation.
In the episode on Saturday (October 9), a popular content creator and cosplayer will be invited into the house to guide the trainees in their next challenge.
Over the next three months, the show will eliminate one trainee per week based on public votes and/or the scores given by the show’s judges. The winner will be crowned as the Tier One Entertainment’s next gaming icon and will win an exclusive management contract with Tier One Entertainment.
Watch “The Gaming House” of Tier One Entertainment, Southeast Asia’s leading gaming and esports entertainment company, every Saturday at 11:15 PM on Kapamilya Online Live on ABS-CBN Entertainment’s YouTube channel and Facebook page and on the iWantTFC app and website. All of its episodes are also available on-demand for free on iWantTFC.
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