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Chris Bores BIO

 

 

Chris Bores attended Ashland University to study film and broadcasting. He worked at various television and radio stations during that time producing many programs, documentaries, commercials, and more. Chris’s his passion for the paranormal lead him to produce an internet show called Haunted Investigators which showcased his team ghost hunting various locations netting almost a million views.

 

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In 2007, Bores stumbled upon the YouTube craze of game reviewers reviewing video games in an angry manner popularize by James Rolfe. Chris decided to add himself to the mix of the 200 plus reviewers by satirizing all the established reviewers (ie: AVGN, Armake21, PlayItBogart)
In April of 2007, Irate Gamer was born. Many people quickly took notice and asked for a continued show. YouTube noticed the popularity and featured 2 episodes within a span of a month on the front page of YouTube which had never been accomplished before.

After the quick rise in fame, critics labeled Chris as copying other reviewers, even though the early episodes were done as paying homage to reviewers that came before him. Despite the feedback, the first season of the show was done out of love for the Genre and the people who spawned it. 

 

Chris’s fan base grew from 100 subscribers to 12,000 overnight. Chris dropped the satirical aspect of the show and created a serialized show with story lines, special effects, and reoccurring characters. In 2010, Chris had been awarded the #55th most subscribed channel on YouTube, became the 2nd most popular reviewer on YouTube, Haunted Investigators become the most popular ghost hunting show on YouTube, and "History of Video Games" and "Irate the 80's" were both created and became a critical success.

 

 

By 2014, Chris has become a popular interviewer covering video game events like E3, turned theirategamer.com into a pop culture news site, and released a groundbreaking documentary called “Pursuit of the Paranormal” where a 90 minute conversation with a spirit was obtained.
Currently, Chris has retired the Irate Gamer Show and spends his spare time working on further episodes of History of Video Games, Irate the 80’s and decoding the afterlife through his Pursuit of the Paranormal Case Study.


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