February 1, 2016 – The hottest free online destination of 2016 for Indie games, ORBYT PLAY, has announced the initial confirmed list of titles and developers that will participate in the highly anticipated February 20th online event. Available for free exclusively on You Tube and You Tube Gaming, with curation provided by Indie MEGABOOTH, the inaugural event will be hosted by top online personalities including Meghan Camarena (Strawburry17), Jesse Cox, the Super Beard Brothers’ Alex Faciane and Jirard “The Completionist” Khalil, and The Attack with Kevin Pereira and Alex Corea. ORBYT PLAY will feature special guest appearances by other top influencers and developers who will showcase an eclectic international mix of over 50 games and present exclusive, never-before-seen content and gameplay.
Those just-announced to participate include:
The historic first-of-its-kind live-streamed showcase and celebration brings together the indie community like never before, allowing millions of avid gamers and game fans the chance to get up close and personal – virtually, with a robust slate. Spanning 10 hours overflowing with fun and surprises, the February 20th event launches at 10 AM until 8 PM Pacific Standard Time featuring multiple live-streams within the ORBYT PLAY YouTube channel.
“I’m super-excited to have ADR1FT be a part of Orbyt Play and be in such a great collection of games,” said Adam Orth, Creative Director Three One Zero. “I love that this is a celebration of games that anyone can attend from anywhere in the world. I’m really looking forward to showing off some new stuff from our game ahead of the March 28th Steam release.”
About Orbyt Play
Orbyt Play brings together some of the online world’s top gaming talent and video game commentators with crazy passion for indies with an awesome selection of games – from the classics to the newly released to the undiscovered, from studios of many to the lone designer, from teams in Seattle to ones in Serbia.
Across multiple live-streams, under the Orbyt Play banner, these “professional fans” will play and interact with both the developers who make the games and fans who love them during this one-day online celebration.
There are no tickets to buy, no long lines to stand in and everyone has equal opportunity to see some of the most entertaining, engaging and exclusive content.