Malaysia’s Premiere Video Game Show, Main Game, Concludes Its First Season!

Malaysia’s premiere video game show, Main Game, just concluded its first season with all 13 episodes now available to watch on RTMKlik and Youtube. Jointly produced by RTM (Radio Televisyen Malaysia) and Kakuchopurei, Main Game was created to educate and entertain viewers on video games and e-sports, an industry that is worth more than US$300 billion and has 2.9 billion players active worldwide.

Each 30-minute episode focuses on a different theme, from the competitive e-sports scene in Malaysia, to original indie games being developed locally, and even parents who are bringing up the next generation of gamers. The episodes include exclusive interviews, insights, and news directly from industry veterans, hosted by veteran TV presenter Iffah Hazim and Kakuchopurei’s very own Lewis Larcombe.

“With Main Game, we aim to produce a never-seen-before type of program which caters to and features deserving Malaysians equally. I grew up watching shows like Top Gear and always wanted to create something like that. Content which is equal parts educational and equal parts fun. Of course, we have lots to learn and improve, on but I am positive that we are on the right track,” shares Kakuchopurei CEO and Co-Founder Kenn Leandre.

“Esports is highly popular with a huge number of interest and following,” RTM Director General of Broadcasting Suhaimi Sulaiman adds on. “As a broadcaster, RTM aims to deliver and share new and relevant information to our present and new audience. Main Game is the result of a great working relationship with Kakuchopurei who are experts in their field of video games and esports media.”

With all 13 episodes out now, you can binge the entirety of Season 1 on RTMKlik or Youtube. Start with the first episode here:

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