Tier One launches ‘Big Brother’-like show for game streamers, content creators

Gelo Gonzales
Tier One launches ‘Big Brother’-like show for game streamers, content creators


Find out how to audition to 'The Gaming House' here

Gaming entertainment firm Tier One is launching The Gaming House, a reality show similar to the Big Brother series that will specifically house gamers, streamers, and content creators. Ten contestants will be chosen to reside in the house, facing challenges and proving their mettle, for the chance to become an official talent at Tier One. 

The company currently has about 420 talents, with total followers in the millions. 

The show will take place at the so-called “Payamansion,” the house which served as a content creation hub of sorts for popular YouTuber Lincoln “CongTV” Velasquez and his team, with IKEA providing furnishings. 

The show will run for 20 episodes spanning three months from September to November, and will be hosted by company founders Tryke Gutierrez and Alodia Gosiengfiao. It will be aired on media partner ABS-CBN and Tier One’s digital platforms. 

For those who are looking to join, here’s how. The show is asking for a two-minute audition video comprised of or answering the following:

  1. An introduction
  2. Why do you want to become the next Tier One trainee?
  3. Why should you be in The Gaming House?
  4. Which talent of Tier One do you look up to and why?

Audition videos should then be uploaded on YouTube, categorized as unlisted, and submitted as a link on The Gaming House site here.

On that page, scroll right until you reach the “Audition Information” page, and fill it up with you information including the YouTube audition video link. Auditions are only open to those 18 years old and above. Privacy terms and conditions for participants can be found here. –

Gelo Gonzales

Gelo Gonzales is Rappler’s technology editor. He covers consumer electronics, social media, emerging tech, and video games.