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Video Game High School Joins 48 FPS Clique



The initial season of the YouTube comedy series “Video Game High School” – about a boy who attends the world’s most prestigious gamer school in a world dominated by professional gaming – was a nine-episode success that generated 55 million views despite the paltry 24 frames per second rate that YouTube supports. But with the help of an $800,000 Kickstarter campaign, VGHS is stepping up to a 48 fps rate [same as the rate used in “The Hobbit”] that will give the six-episode second season clarity and a more cinematic look – and the ultimate nutshot will look even better in 48 fps.

Season Two of “Video Game High School” is set to debut in July 2013.