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Good Game (2014)

Not Rated | | Documentary, Biography, Sport | 11 March 2014 (USA)
Nine men pursue careers in competitive video games as members of the Evil Geniuses StarCraft 2 Division.


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Credited cast:
Rachel Alvis Rachel Alvis ... Herself
Benjamin Baker Benjamin Baker ... Himself
Bryce Bates Bryce Bates ... Himself
Lucas Bigham Lucas Bigham ... Himself
Jung Won Chae Jung Won Chae ... Himself
Ken Chan Ken Chan ... Himself
Ken Chen Ken Chen ... Himself
Cody Conners Cody Conners ... Himself
Sundance DiGiovanni Sundance DiGiovanni ... Himself
Greg Fields Greg Fields ... Himself
Brandon Freytag Brandon Freytag ... Himself
Alex Garfield Alex Garfield ... Himself
Victor Goossens Victor Goossens ... Himself
M. Gail Hearn M. Gail Hearn ... Herself
Lee Ho Joon Lee Ho Joon ... Himself


For a select group of young men, video gaming isn't just a hobby, it's a job. To be a professional gamer, you need a competitive drive, tactical skill, and creativity. With increasingly larger prizes and six figure player salaries, e-sports is on the rise as a career. Good Game follows a new kind of athlete, the StarCraft 2 division of team Evil Geniuses, as they compete around the world to take the top prizes in the biggest tournaments. But between injuries, exhaustion, and egos, those who start at the top might not stay there for long. New superstars are waiting to take the spotlight, and wanting to succeed sometimes just isn't enough. Written by Anonymous

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11 March 2014 (USA) See more »

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Seoul, South Korea See more »

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Not bad, but a little depressing.
8 July 2015 | by blaicefreezeSee all my reviews

This doc was alright. I think focus on SC2 profits, and more than just one team would have been more enlightening though. Details were also left out that would have made the story a lot more interesting, especially considering they focused strictly on one team (EG). No monetary values were listed, which made it even more difficult to grasp the reality of the situation, and maintain interest. Overall, I am an avid gamer, but I still feel a little sorry for most of the guys in the pro-gaming community. It seems you go SUPER HARD and drop off super fast when you age. Which is crazy to me, but I guess it is what they want to do. Not much of a fallback though.

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