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).