The combination of gaming and television is an untapped market right now; it’s not very often you’ll turn on your television and see a television show focusing on gaming. Sure, maybe a CSI episode will focus on a murdered video gamer every now and then and barely touch on the surface of the gaming community, but you’d be hard-pressed to find a TV show that dedicates each and every minute into helping you get into the mind of a gamer. However, if you go on the internet, you’ll find a slew of internet web-series’ that delve deep into the gaming community, whether it’s a show that uses actual video game footage as its basis (Red vs. Blue), a mock-u-mentary type show involving a camera following around a gamer as he goes through life (Pure Pwnage) or following the lives of an online internet guild (The Guild). Each of these shows were immensely popular on the internet as gamers from everywhere tuned in on a regular basis to watch new episodes. For some reason, the internet has been a much easier place for video games and television to breed, creating hilarious, poignant and unique stories.