Best Games Podcasts

Best Games Podcasts

Lot of times I am getting the question, what are games podcasts? Who is listening to it? And who is producing this? Hobby or work? Well, I like to do create it and call it “Game Consultant”, since I want to help people to understand the gaming industry!

As a gamer, you only have a certain amount of time per day that you can actually play games. Assuming you have a life that involves school, work, hanging out with friends, going to the gym, or some combination thereof, you’re left with just a few hours per week to spend with a controller in hand.

Podcasts in 2020. So that is the reason I started with my own games podcast. It is now number 26 episode of my podcast. Every week 2 episodes that I am producing with interviews and latest games updates and items. 

Games Podcasts - Video Game Podcast - Game Podcasts; Reinout te BrakePin
Games Podcasts – Video Game Podcast – Game Podcasts; Reinout te Brake

Best Podcasts in 2020 are great ways to keep up with development, culture, and industry game news. Video games are a massive business these days, and keeping up with consoles from Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft is hard enough. But that’s just one part of the gaming ecosystem these days.

Whether you are just getting into game media, or you are looking to expanding beyond your regular rotation, this is a diverse sampling of the best podcasts out there.

The Games Industry is nearly a $140 billion industry as of January 2019, and these are the best podcasts to stay current with them.

Game Consultancy

Inside Gaming News is a project of, Your Video Gaming Consulting Firm. Reinout te Brake is fully dedicated video games consultant. His focus is to incorporate solutions to trending issues that gaming developers face in today’s world.

Reinout te Brake - Video Games Consulting
Reinout te Brake – Video Games Consulting

Next to that he is hands on with the following consultancy and services; strategy, business development , fundraising, M&A and user acquisition, basicly everything that game studios have to deal with on a 24/7 basis.