VGX producers are extremely happy with the success of this year’s show, and are already planning for next year
Posted on December 18, 2013 by Austin(@NE_Austin) in General Gaming, News
Despite the vitriol online, this year’s VGX Awards appear to have been a big success on a technical level, with the show bringing more viewers for more time than they had every thought possible. Viacom’s Erik Flannigan said that the show “exceeded” their expectations, and that the average view time (32 minutes) was “way beyond our wildest dreams”.
Producer Casey Patterson chimed in, saying that they’re already talking about next year’s show:
“Yes, we would love to do this show again and those are the discussions we are having right now, and we’ll produce that show, that stream in the same way we produced this year’s which is to take the feedback of the gamers, good and bad.”
“The only thing we can do is assure gamers that we are listening. They can tell from the show we built this year that we like them talking to us. Good, bad, ugly, we want to them to continue to talk to us at the decibel that they have been.”
– VGX producer Casey Patterson