WATCH: Good Game First Episode Free

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Game Grumps just released the first two episodes of their original YouTube Red show, Good Game.

You can watch the very first episode below for free, regardless if you have a YouTube Red account or not.

The Return of Boogerboss – Good Game (Ep 1)Lured by the promise of easy money, Alex (Dan Avidan) ropes his platonic life partner Ryland (Arin Hanson) into starting an esports team. Partner Rating – TVMA YouTube Red Originals – http://youtube.com/Red. If you live outside the United States, Mexico, New Zealand, Australia or South Korea, click here for more details on availability in your country: https://goo.gl/UEojxv. Warning: This contains content that may not be suitable for all audiences, viewer discretion is advised.2017-08-30T16:10:14.000Z

You can also watch the second episode. However, you’ll need a YouTube Red account to view it in its entirety.

Everybody Calls Everybody a Nazi – Good Game (Ep 2)When Kamal won’t stop trolling, the team attempts to fix racism, sexism, ageism, and homophobia. YouTube Red Originals – http://youtube.com/Red. If you live outside the United States, Mexico, New Zealand, Australia or South Korea, click here for more details on availability in your country: https://goo.gl/UEojxv. Warning: This contains content that may not be suitable for all audiences, viewer discretion is advised.2017-08-30T16:10:35.000Z

Good Game is about a group of slackers who enter an eSports competition for easy money. Along the way, they’ll recruit a band of misfits to create a team.

One of the show’s executive producer is Dan Harmon, who created and produced Community and co-created Rick and Morty. YouTuber and Media Commentator Jessie Cox and eSports Host, Producer, and Actress Michele Morrow are also on board as executive producers and actors.

YouTube Red subscriptions cost $9.99 a month, but they do offer a one-month trial period.

Game Grumps started off as a Let’s Play channel in July 2012, but their growth has seen them involved in creating spin off shows and even their own video games. The channel currently has over four million subscribers and 3,400,000,000 views.

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