Founder of GamersOnTheEdge
I met Andy Cocilova on Forza Motorsports 2. We've been playing online for 8 years and him and his wife Lauren have been loyal supporters of our efforts to raise funds for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals. Last year, Andy got his NASCAR licence and took his driving skills to a real life track in NY. Using someone else's car he managed to get 5th place in the points and Rookie of the Year. This year he's racing his own car and is rocking the Gamers On The Edge stickers. Thank you for being such a loyal teammate and supporter and helping us get the word out that gamers can make a difference.
I am waiting for all of the results from TNS but I can tell you that GoTE 8Bitman represented us in EPIC fashion once again. He took 2nd place in Smash 4 against some seriously good players. The road was not easy but in true 8Bitman fashion it was ENTERTAINING. Way to go Brett Esposito!!! Let's go make some noise at CEO
Guild Wars 2 administrators take over game hacker's character for 51 seconds and post it on youtube before deleting his character and banning him.
1st and 2nd place of MKX release tournament. Isaac and Fred Had some good, entertaining games. They will both be coming to GoTE Tourney - MKX / Smash 4 / USF4 May 9, so they might meet again
WOW - Nintendo was responsible for Sony PlayStation?!?
In 1986, Nintendo partnered with Sony to develop a CD-ROM attachment for the SNES, known as "Play Station" but couldn't agree over how to share the revenue and rights. Things were ok otherwise, until June 1991 when Sony debuted The PlayStation at the Consumer Electronics show, Nintendo was angry about this and then the very next day, said they were breaking their agreement and would be doing a new CD-ROM/SNES program with Philips. Sony decided to push forward into the gaming industry without Nintendo and within a few years, release the PlayStation we know and love, Oh yeah, Philips and Nintendo released the CD-i.
In memory of Leonard Nimoy, hug someone and tell them to "Live long and prosper".
Hello fellow Gamers'
Angel aka ProfeLoco here to say thank you to all of you who have supported Gamers On The Edge in it's mission to play games and heal kids by having some fun while raising funds for All Children's Hospital. Last year 583 local gamers raised over $28k and we were responsible for more than $4,500 of that. Last week I was given the added honor and privilege of being named the President of the Extra Life and All Children's Hospital Tampa-St. Pete Guild. We're looking forward to showing everyone the impact that gamers can have on the community when they decide to work together for a common cause.