Today, Ubisoft Australia announced their new gaming channel gTV ANZ created for gaming fans and players. The gTV ANZ YouTube channel delivers hyper localised content to players in Australia and New Zealand each and every week.
gTV ANZ is the destination for all things Ubisoft and is designed to appeal to both newcomers and gaming experts. With new content dropping weekly, episodes will cover everything from the latest Ubisoft blockbusters to the forgotten classics with let’s plays, game challenges, versus mode and much more.
Hosted by Jess McDonell and Gus Ronald, who both have extensive knowledge and experience entertaining Australian and international video games audiences. Jess was previously the face of GameSpot’s video content and is a veteran games journalist. Gus has had over ten years of on-screen experience in the industry as part of ABC’s Good Game and its many iterations.
With unique weekly content from taking on an Archæan threat in Rainbow Six Extraction, touring San Francisco in Watch Dogs 2, to going head-to-head in Family Feud, viewers can tune in for a mix of livestreamed and VOD content created from the extensive catalogue of Ubisoft titles.
Edward Fong, Ubisoft Managing Director – APAC, shared
“We’re excited to connect with our local community in a new way, showcasing fresh and unique content each week in a fun and entertaining way.”
Viewers can join all the action from 3PM AEST today and watch Jess and Gus visit Hope County, Montana, and take on the Project at Eden’s Gate in Far Cry 5.
gTV ANZ is live on YouTube every Tuesday from 3pm AEST, with additional content dropping every Friday at 2pm AEST.
For more information about gTV ANZ please visit YouTube.com/gTV_ANZ