An Interview With Marcus Graham AKA djWHEAT
Marcus ‘djWHEAT’ Graham is a Video Game Host, Producer, Creative Mind, TV Show Host, Game Historian, Mainstream Enthusiast, Media Personality, and Geek. He hosted/commented hundreds of shows and he's one of the most known figures of eSports. djWHEAT is a globally recognized Broadcaster and Internet Celebrity. Having covered some of the most high-profile Pro-Gaming tournaments, djWHEAT has continued to push competitive gaming to the masses since 1999. djWHEAT has also put alot of focus into the ‘new gaming audience’ and building communities around them. As the average age demographic of gamers continues to rise, djWHEAT recognizes the need for a more mature and honest voice that speaks to all generations of gamers. He now hosts shows in OneMoreGame.tv, the portal into the world of professional gaming.
If you want to find out more about his project, his influence in the world of eSports, this interview will tell you everything you need to know. Below is a glimpse of what we talked about, and you can also listen to the full interview by using the player just above.
Elisabetta Bruno: Hello everyone and welcome! I am Elisabetta Bruno and I have the pleasure to interview Marcus Graham, AKA djWHEAT! Hello Marcus!
Marcus "djWHEAT" Graham: Hello, how is it going? Thank you so much for having me.
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EB: First of all, big thanks for coming and big thanks to the fans that sent me a lot of questions, which I will ask you later.
Marcus Graham: Thanks fans!
EB: And let's start with a little info about yourself just a few words to introduce you to the people who might not know you.
Marcus Graham: My name is Marcus Graham, I go online by djWHEAT. I'm an avid video game player, have been since about the age of 4 or 5 when I was playing on my Atari 2600 and my Commodore back in the day. I have been involved with eSports and professional gaming now since about 1999. I really just tried to be an individual who has helped it grow and advance, whether that was as a player or a coverage individual or, now, as a commentator and a host. I really love competitive gaming and I really, really love what I am doing now.Continued on the next page