Follows professional teenage video gamer, Conor, who is forced to go to high school for the first time, after a thumb injury. Coping with his new lifestyle, he focuses on friendships and visualizes life as a video game.
The show centers on Conor, a 15-year-old video gamer, who is forced to attend high school for the first time after a thumb injury sidelines him from the glamorous pro gaming circuit. As a coping mechanism, he begins to visualize life as a video game. He is reunited with his three former gamer friends who he left behind for life on the pro circuit World Tour, and he quickly realizes that restoring his friendships is vital in his quest to "level up" to his former glory.Written by
Ashley (Reynold's character) wears a jersey with the number "42" on it. This is a reference to "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" joke about "42 is the answer to the universe." The name of this series also appears to be a reference to the radio show. See more »
For people who believe this is dull remember it's a Disney show meant for children 13-17. In saying that I'm 25 and love it. It keeps me laughing and wanting more. The actors are hilarious and play together very well. Cameron Boyce who I believe went from another show directly into this project and you can tell he works hard to deliver in anything he does. As a die hard gamer this show nails it for me. It reminds me of video game high school, which was my all time favorite YouTube show turned Netflix original wannabe. If your looking for. Family friendly show for your child like I was and want them to get into video games a bit more then watch this.
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