Box Plus Network wants more gaming shows on its channels

4Music, The Box and Kerrang TV owner The Box Plus Network wants to increase the amount of video games content shown on its networks.

Viewers of these channels have become accustomed to special features on movies, but the company hopes that games can claim an increasingly large share.

The network recently aired a Quantum Break Special (pictured), produced by Attention Seekers. The show starred familiar industry faces such as Julia Hardy, Mike Channell, Jane Douglas and Andy Farrant. Content also included an interview with the game’s actor Shawn Ashmore.

Gaming specials are something we have been developing for a while,” Box Plus Network’s creative director Tim Warren told MCV.

Video games are bigger than ever and to work with a brilliant production company like Attention Seekers to be the first UK broadcaster delivering a gaming special like this is a fantastic achievement and one we hope to repeat with other games in the near future.”

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