Nerjyzed Launched a Multi-Market Road Show Labor Day Weekend
To Give Fans a Hands-on Experience with the Game
BATON ROUGE, LA– September 5, 2007– Nerjyzed Entertainment, Inc., a privately held, African American owned digital entertainment company, announced today the launch of its new sports videogame, Black College Football Experience. An authentic, action-packed football game created using the Unreal 3.0 engine, BCFx is a cultural experience that puts players and fans into the heart of black college football. The game will be supported by a 12-week promotional road tour to HBCU campuses, Classics and homecoming games. BCFx will be available for the PC this November.
"Nerjyzed Entertainment was founded by a veteran team whose mission is to create positive interactive products for the urban market," said Jacqueline Beauchamp, chief executive officer of Nerjyzed Entertainment, Inc. "As HBCU alumni and black college football enthusiasts, we're proud that BCFx honors our rich tradition and provides an incredibly fun football game for the whole family to play."
BCFx is a sports game that captures the unique culture of the black collegefootball experience, fusing advanced videogame design with music, and entertainment. Nerjyzed has secured an exclusive 5-year licensing agreement with three HBCU conferences including the SWAC, SIAC, and CIAA, several schools within the MEAC as well as independent HBCUs. The game features more than 40 teams, bands and mascots; interactive halftime shows; realistic stadiums; play-by-play commentary; and ten authentic Classics. For more information about BCFx, the latest game trailers, fight song ring-tones, behind-the-scenes video footage and the BCFx Road Show schedule, go to www.nerjyzed.com.
About Nerjyzed Entertainment
Headquartered in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Nerjyzed Entertainment, Inc. is a privately held, African American owned digital entertainment media development and publishing company. Founded in 2003 by a team of professional entrepreneurs sharing the passion to create positive interactive products for the underserved urban market, the company is the first videogame company to be certified as a participant in Louisiana's highly successful ditigal media tax incentive program. Nerjyzed's executive team has decades of experience in technology, interactive entertainment and mainstream media, holding top-level positions at companies such as Microsoft, Sony, Motorola, IBM, Electronic Arts, Nickelodeon, ABC Radio Networks, DNA Productions, Mythic Entertainment, and Bethesda Softworks. The team also holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from esteemed HBCUs including Southern University, Howard University, Florida A&M University as well as from other top universities throughout the country.