Video Game High School Needs More Money

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Video Game High School Needs More Money

RocketJump's web series, Video Game High School, is still struggling to reach their IndieGoGo campaign goal. Though the crowd funding page has raised almost four-hundred grand, they are still shy of their seven-hundred-thousand dollar goal.

With two seasons already in the books, RocketJump hopes to end the series with a third and final season. The fundraiser's large sum is due to the loss of one of the show's biggest sponsors: Dodge. According to the crowdfunding page, Dodge backed out last minute, forcing RocketJump to inflate their asking price on IndieGoGo.

The show was created by YouTube celebrity Freddie Wong, and stars a host of kids attending a high school bent on creating the greatest "gamers." Seasons 1 and 2 are now available on Netflix, as well as a behind-the-scenes video on the making of the series. If you have any interest in seeing a third season, donate now (there's less than two weeks left).

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