Old School Gamer Magazine hasn’t put out its first print magazine yet (coming this week) but it has just made a couple additions to the team that is guiding and writing for the magazine and website.
Walter Day who started the competitive e-sports industry and is truely a gift to the video game industry has come on as a board member and a regular columnist in the magazine. His skills of working with people,
knowing the entire industry and being one of the industry’s greatest spokesperson are well appreciated at Old School Gamer.
Billy Mitchell comes on as an advisory board member to Old School Gamer and will be using his connections within the industry and celebrity to bring more writers and readers into the mix at Old School
Walter and Billy join Doc Mack of Galloping Ghost and Dan Loosen of the Midwest Gaming Classic and Goat store on the board. Look for the first issue of Old School Gamer to be hitting digitally and in print
in October and make sure to sign up at https://www.oldschoolgamermagazine.com to get it for free!
ABOUT WALTER DAY
As the founder of Twin Galaxies, the oldest video game scorekeeping and adjudication service in history, Walter Day is known as the creator of e-sports and has often been called The Patron Saint of Video Games. His remarkable efforts to find, verify and catalog video game world records has led to a decades-long partnership with The Guinness Book of World Records.
ABOUT BILLY MITCHELL
BILLY MITCHELL is history’s most famous video game player. Proclaimed the Video Game Player of the Century at the 1999 Tokyo Game Show, Billy has enjoyed a remarkable career that included history’s first perfect score on Pac-Man (3,333,360 points on July 3, 1999) and appearing in the 1982 LIFE magazine photograph that featured the video game superstars of the Golden Age of video games. Famous the world
over as the iconic creator of Rickey’s World Famous Sauce, Billy is based in Hollywood, Florida and is the co-creator of the annual Kong Off (the official Donkey Kong World Championship).