For our 200th episode, we take a look back at all the good things games have accomplished, as an industry and a community, since Extra Credits started in 2008!
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We'll be at the Verne & Wells Club in Kirkland, WA on August 2 for a Hearthstone Tournament! The event will be livestreamed starting 1pm PST on our Twitch channel, and there are still open seats if you want to compete. Everyone is welcome!
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Livestream @ 1pm PST, August 2: http://bit.ly/ECTwitch
Thank you to all our viewers! Whether you've been with us from the early days of our first episodes or just recently started watching, your support keeps us motivated - no, excited! - to keep working on Extra Credits week after week. We couldn't be more happy with how far the show has come, and we're looking forward to everything the future holds. Here's to 200 more episodes!
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