Interview With Jeremy Bearson: “We really just had faith in the game”

We’re starting a podcast! I thought it would be nice to get to know some of the big names in Battlerite better, and what better way is there than to have casual interviews? Each episode will be a one-on-one chat with a guest.

Our first guest, Jeremy Bearson, is the admin behind PRL’s Battlerite tournaments. You can watch event streams at twitch.tv/prorivalry, sign up for events at prorl.com, and support their efforts by purchasing merchandise at store.prorl.com.

In this episode, we talk about how far PRL has come, how PRL operates, and what’s in store for PRL in the months to come.

If you have any feedback for the show, or if there’s someone you’d like to see on a future episode of the show, please share your thoughts in the comments below or on the Battlecrank Discord.

Music: “Acid Trumpet” by Kevin MacLeod

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He is the lead writer at Battlecrank. You can find him on the Battlecrank Discord.

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Jeremybearson
Jeremybearson

Hey thanks for having me on! I just wanted to add in for anyone who checks out the comments that it was by no means a single person effort to keep PRL going. Special thanks to Quent, Gloryforge, eSportsTJ, Shadowfury333, Village Mascot, Rendered, and InTheFlesh for keeping us afloat during those long months.

Wren
Wren

I would die for Jeremy

Tokisaur
Tokisaur

Enjoyed the podcast, looking forward to the next one!

Hanmace
Hanmace

First thing I notice, your voice is sexy, second, it’s a little ruined by your mic. I don’t know what software you used for the call or to record. You can usually get away with mic quality like that because your guest will also have similar quality. What I mean by that is, your mic peaks and crackles quite a bit. I was informally trained as a sound engineer, so I might be overly critical about audio, but it was something that stood out to me quickly. You might also want to find some EQ(Equalizer – it controls the level of individual frequencies) software and put a low pass filter on it to clear up your voice some.

Don’t get too caught up in always feeling like you need to do an interview. With some guests, it’s better to just have a chat between friend. I only mentioned this because you mentioned in the post that they would be casual interviews. Podcasts are such an open an versatile platform, don’t limit yourself too quickly. Some guests will give short answers and make things difficult for you, especially since a lot of these people aren’t public figures. A lot of those potential issues would be solved by allowing yourself the fluidity of a more open format.

There is some other stuff I would say like: don’t be afraid to let your personality show more, don’t be afraid to let the guest or yourself go off on a tangent(I think you did a pretty decent job on this) etc., but, it was your first podcast. You did a great job, I loved it.

AlternativeSpoon
AlternativeSpoon

Thank you for this podcasts, they are awesome 🙂

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