Return of NRG Andy Miller ep. 349

Dec 18, 2017 | Podcasts, Videogame BANG! Podcast

The Videogame BANG! crew is happy to welcome Andy Miller back to the podcast! Andy is of course the owner of the San Francisco Shock, NRG Esports and most importantly Cory’s Boss. Andy talks about the last year in growth for NRG, gives some never before told behind the scenes stories on the creation of the San Francisco Shock and how they almost ended up the San Francisco Rush. We talk about the importance of building a community around the Overwatch League in Northern California, what live events might look like, and ways the fans can get involved.

After that we hit some of the biggest gaming news around the web including an illegal Cuphead on mobile, more Destiny 2 problems, whether or not loot boxes in video games are considered gambling.

 

Topics Include: Esports, Sacramento, San Francisco Shock, SF Shock, Gaming, Andy Miller, NRG, Smite, Overwatch, OWL, Overwatch League, Aaron Carter, David Webb, Cory Vincent, Cuphead, Destiny 2, Bungie, Star Wars, Christmas, Holiday, SacAnime, HRX, HiRez, comedy, funny, video games, gamers

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