GamerU Launches Destination for High-quality Video Game Tips and Tutorial Videos

It’s time for gamers to start studying as GamerU today launches its free online and app destination for professionally made video game tips and tutorial videos. Built for today’s gamer, GamerU provides simple-to-find, short clips featuring hints on how to beat difficult levels and strategy tips to help players become standouts during multiplayer combat. Already, GamerU has an in-depth look into more than 30 major titles in English, Spanish, French and German, and the company controls all video content, making GamerU a reliable destination to watch clips without foul and abusive language or other shenanigans.

Sometimes gamers need a little help getting past a certain point or taking their gaming skills to the next level, and this is where GamerU steps in with our professional and easily digestible videos,” said GamerU Founder James Sullivan. “Additionally, we provide a great resource for publishers and developers to increase visibility for their game and drive additional revenue.”

GamerU provides gamers with high-quality tips and tutorial videos of their favorite games, all organized into simple-to-find, short segments to get them the help they need and back to playing the games they love. Along with helpful videos, GamerU provides players with recommendations on new games to discover.

For developers, GamerU offers a free way to gain exposure for their titles and increase player engagement by sharing the help needed to make sure players don’t quit a game due to difficult gameplay. Developers may partner with GamerU and have their game added to the GamerU platform, all at no cost. Once a partner, the GamerU content team will create customized and original videos, and then distribute and promote these clips via its own platform and growing distribution network.

More information about GamerU is available at the website or on Twitter.

Jim Smale

Gaming since the Atari 2600, I enjoy the weirdness in games counting Densha De Go and RC De Go as my favourite titles of all time. I prefer gaming of old where buying games from a shop was a thing, Being social in person was a thing. Join me as I attempt to adapt to this new digital age!