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The Sims 4 Turns Into Esports TV Show

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The Sims Spark'd is a reality TV esports show. (source: TBS)

The Sims 4 is not necessarily a game that makes you think of Esport. A life simulation as a competitive highlight and on TV on top of that? With the format Die Sims Spark'd, the series will soon make it onto the screens as an esports reality TV show. Why? Why not at all!

You are a fan of reality TV shows AND like to play The Sims 4? Then we have good news for you: Eleague and Buzzfeed Multiplayer have announced The Sims Spark'd - a show where reality TV meets The Sims 4 and esports. Yes, we looked as confused at first as you did.

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The Sims Spark'd

Since 2014, the Sims have been scurrying across the screens in the latest version of the life simulation and are still enjoying huge popularity. What more could be done than to turn the concept into a reality TV show with esports elements?

This is exactly the idea behind The Sims Spark'd. A show that, according to its creators, is supposed to redefine reality TV. Twelve participants compete in this new TV show to create characters, worlds, and stories in The Sims 4 in various challenges under time pressure.

The creations that impress the jury move on to the next round. Whoever wins, in the end, secures the prize money of $100,000. And the best part? All of us can be there and cheer. Among the participants are YouTubers and Streamers Plumbella and The EnglishSimmer, among the most famous content creators in the Sims community.

Where's the Sims TV Show?

A total of four episodes of The Sims Spark'd. These will be broadcast on the US channel TBS, starting on July 18. Don't have a TV? Fortunately, the YouTube channel BuzzFeed Multiplayer will show all episodes on Monday after the TV broadcast. So July 20, July 27, August 3 and August 10.

The show will be hosted by former American Idol finalist Rayvon Owern. The jury consists of YouTuber Kelsey Impicciche, singer Tayla Parx and Dave Miotke from The Sims-developer Maxis. Want to contribute something yourself? The developers have also thought about it: At the start of the show on July 17 you have the chance to add content for an upcoming season of The Sims Spark'd in The Sims 4. The rules for the challenges will be announced shortly.

Video credit: The Sims via YouTube

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