The Escapist's Zero Punctuation, web's most viewed video game review series has been nominated for a Streamy Award. The International Academy of Web Television Recognizes Zero Punctuation for Best Animation in a Web Series.
Tournament brackets aren't just for college basketball. Video game site The Escapist seems to have come down with tournament fever, and the only prescription is a game developer showdown.
The Escapist, the leading video gaming destination offering video game enthusiasts high-quality, innovative and exclusive content, today announced the start of its second annual March Mayhem: Developer's Showdown to determine the best video game developer of 2009. The multi-day tournament will engage not only The Escapist's own online community of more than three million video game enthusiasts, but also the loyal followers of all 64 game developers matched up head-to-head in the competition, creating an ideal marketing opportunity for businesses looking to penetrate this audience.
Themis Media today announced it has selected Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide (Ogilvy PR) to build visibility for its industry-leading video gaming lifestyle publication, The Escapist. Ogilvy PR will work with the company to execute visibility campaigns and strategic communications initiatives to brand The Escapist as the most desired online destination that informs and entertains video gamers around the world with its in-depth features and exclusive videos.
Themis Group, Inc. has begun exclusively focusing on Themis Media, its online media arm encompassing the Webby-winning gaming destination The Escapist and the MMO community WarCry Network. This move brings the marketing might of TAP Interactive to work exclusively with the company's media properties following over a year of month-over-month traffic growth.
The Escapist sprang into action to help suppress a recent rash of public indecency that has been running rampant across most of the United States and parts of Europe. Teaming up with SplitReason.com, the gaming culture website remedied the situation, at least the top half, with their new clothing line.
The Escapist is proud to announce the exciting addition of the two new video series "Videogame Theater," the inventive live-action puppet show starring retro-gaming icons, and the original series "Kung Fu Grip," featuring the stars of the gaming industry's hottest games, to its expansive arsenal of esteemed editorial and video content.
The Escapist, the 2008 Webby Award winner for best games-related website, is excited to announce the addition of the new video series "Unforgotten Realms," the voraciously funny animated series parodying tabletop gaming, and "Drawn by Pain," the dramatic battle of one woman fighting for salvation, to its growing collection of video and award-winning editorial content.
Themis Group, Inc. is proud to announce The Escapist, the cutting-edge online interactive entertainment publication, has won both the Webby Award and the People's Voice Award in the category of Game-Related Website in The 12th Annual Webby Awards competition for 2008. The Escapist was one of nearly 10,000 entries from all US states and over 60 countries worldwide and will be honored at The 12th Annual Webby Awards in New York City on June 10, 2008.
The Escapist is proud to announce its nomination today for The 12th Annual Webby Awards in the category of Best Game-Related Website of 2008. As one of five nominees in this category, The Escapist was chosen for the website's innovative design and editorial contributions to journalism in the gaming industry.
The Escapist, the cutting edge online interactive entertainment publication, is excited to sponsor this year's Game Developers Choice Awards at GDC. The magazine will also be producing three unique Zero Punctuation video shorts to be played during the awards ceremony.
The Escapist, the cutting edge online interactive entertainment publication and home to the wildly popular Zero Punctuation serial animation feature, is excited to have welcomed one million unique monthly visitors during October, setting a record for the magazine.
The Escapist, the cutting edge online interactive entertainment publication and home to the wildly popular Zero Punctuation serial animated feature, has opened the doors to its first annual Film Festival, inviting the best and brightest in film and animation to showcase their originality for the opportunity to win a regular spot with the magazine.