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 Written by Matt Swider  on May 29, 2008

News: Playing to Win: Inside the Video Game Industry debuts tonight.



You probably don't have your TV tuned to CNBC on a daily basis unless you're really into video game stocks and PC game stocks. However, you should flip the channel to the cable business network tonight to see Playing to Win: Inside the Video Game Industry.

The CNBC original production premiers at 10PM Eastern (and again at 1AM in case you miss it) and is being touted as an inside look at the $18 billion video game industry. In fact, CNBC's site, which includes three program highlights, describes Playing to Win as:
Are you a player? Take a look at the $18 billion video game industry. CNBC's Playing to Win: Inside the Video Game Industry is a behind the scenes look at the creators, games and big business of video games. Enter a virtual world where everyone is Playing to Win!

Expect a lot of focus on Madden, a lot on Wii's explosive growth and a lot of big, big numbers.



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