StreamTime delivers the highest quality introduction to performance gameplay, and has the social benefits of working as a team to make progress together.

Are you a talented gamer interested in performance art?

Do you want your own video channel?

Have unique ideas related to videos and gaming?

Already have a video channel?

Want more subscribers, followers, and likes?

Step 1. Tryouts - Bring your own console gaming setup and your creativity. You don't need to ace your audition to make Team PGP!

Step 2. Relax and have fun - You're allowed to tryout again with another game or another character

Step 3. Get called-back - If you're selected for Team PGP, Heavy will make contact to offer a slot on the Team*

Step 4. Progress - Grow together as Team PGP by attending StreamTime Workshops**

Free registration for Round 1 Tryouts is OPEN

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TEAM PGP - StreamTime's Performance Gaming Progression Team

"We focus on all the non-gameplay issues so you can progress to the highest levels."

In compliance with our rules for Tryouts, members will be selected to fill the following multi-talented roles:

  • Scout - creates gameplay sequences, uses improvisation, and provides thoughtful commentary according to Heavy's script
  • Healer - connects devices, consoles, controllers, headsets; adjusts station to capture scenes; ensures ergonomic fit to Scout
  • Engineer - responsible for monitoring the gameplay station's telemetry and reviewing raw data to ensure quality of captured audio/video sequences
  • Heavy - ensures the Scout, Healer, and Engineer have all they need to create their content; conducts StreamTime Workshops; protects the safety and interests of StreamTime studios, members of Team PGP, registered guests and the general public, if possible

Team PGP Members will be multi-talented and able to fulfill at least 2 roles at the same time. Advantages of our stations allow easily switching roles and responsibilities.

*Rules and restrictions apply

**Team members are required to attend workshops with activities that sometimes DO NOT include playing video games