Level Up Lore
Level Up Lore
Level Up Lore
Games & Hobbies, Society & Culture

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Level Up Lore is a monthly, spoken-word podcast about the fictional stories found in video games. Each episode lends itself to a different game, telling the tale in classic, campfire story fashion while connecting the account to real-world inspiration and greater themes of human nature. We are fascinated by lore- stories exchanged by different cultures and groups of people exploring the unknown and the mystical. But what do we find when we explore lore outside of our own reality? It's time to level up your lore!

Podcast Information

About the Host
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GamerGent, AKA Jaime is the resident Halo uber nerd, and spearheads the narrative writing and editing for Level Up Lore. With a background in film studies and marketing, he splits his time within the Cosplay Industry for Shout Around, Atomic Hype, and Cosplay Culture.
Weekly on Fri, Sat
Video Games, Gaming, E-Sports, Technology, Storytelling, Narrative, Nerds, Games, Xbox, PlayStation, Lore, Story, Level Up Lore, esports
Social Media Reach
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Our show distributes on all major podcast platforms including iTunes, Stitcher, SoundCloud, and more. Level Up Lore Offers numerous options for ad sponsorships, custom designed for a captured audience to deliver a unique value. With every ad spot ordered, we’ll promote you on our extra social media channels for no charge and include custom content creation to go along with our initial roll. Our partners span the video game industry including organizations and individuals within streaming, e-sports, and publishing industries.

With The Level Up Lore podcast, you have a captive, engaged and targeted audience. You have an audience who knows, likes, and trusts Level Up Lore and when Level Up Lore recommends a product or service, they listen and take action targeted reach. Listeners tend to have a college education, $60,000 or more in household income and describe themselves as early adopters of tech, video games, entertainment and consumer packaged goods.

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