“King Of The NERDS” that is...
In case you missed it, Sovereign Chess made an appearance on “King Of The Nerds”! King Of The Nerds is a new TBS series hosted by Curtis Armstrong and Robert Carradine. You may recall them from “Revenge of the Nerds,” if you were around in the 80s; more recently, they’ve made appearances in “Django Unchained” and “Hot in Cleveland.”
You can watch the show, in it’s entirety here: LINK TO VIDEO ON TBS
The show is a fun watch and we look forward to seeing the many different fun challenges that are in store of the contestants of the show. Last year, when we were approached by the developers of the show at one of the local GAMEX conventions. We got very excited when they expressed interest in using Sovereign Chess in the series... To what extent the game is used, we still have yet to see (so far it’s just a couple of camera passes) - but naturally we were gung-ho to lend our beautiful display version to the TBS team.
Your support helps: some easy ways to give props for Sovereign Chess
We have many fans out there who love Sovereign Chess - and your support goes a long way in helping garner interest and development of this game. Will you lend us a helping hand? Here are a couple of easy ways:
“Facebook Like” | Tweet | Google+ the King Of The Nerds video (icons show directly below the video). Supporting the show is a fun way to present Sovereign Chess to people who have yet to see the game
Promote this post on Reddit
If you haven’t already, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, +1 us on Google+ - and repost this link (we’ll have it already posted on our pages)
In your posts, give a shout out to some of these folks, so they know you like seeing us on their show (we can’t thank them enough!):
+ @KingofNerdsTBS (Twitter)
+ @bobbyislewis (Twitter)
+ @curtisisbooger (Twitter)
+ King of the Nerds (Facebook)
+ TBS (Facebook)
The show airs on TBS, THURSDAYS AT 10/9C - don’t forget to catch it this week!
Thanks for all the nerd, geek and gamer love!
Until next time ~
Please chime in! Would love to hear your thoughts on this.
This post is also posted on the Sovereign Chess website, here: http://bit.ly/FITFORKINGS