If you asked me a few years back who Freddie Wong was, I would be at a loss for words. I was only exposed to his work a year or so ago. Stumbling upon an amazing Portal gun video, I immediately looked up all of his other now famous works. From Rocket Jump to his Real Life Mario Kart, all his effects based comedy videos are wonderfully produced and a joy to watch for gamers and indie film enthusiasts. His most recent work is a continued collaboration with Brandon Laatsch and titled Video Game High School, an episodic, comedic action oriented  web series based on a fictional High School for video game characters, was extremely well received by the throngs of normally very critical reviewers known as the common internet viewer. (Editor: Ha! Wordplay.) A second season, we are told, will soon follow.

But that is not why Freddie and Brandon were there at RTX. Well, it is, and it isn’t. They, similar to the ladies and gentlemen at Rooster Teeth, have made a name for themselves and are now (at least semi-)famous from their work online. Their keynote was on how to make and market media for the masses and the upcoming area of media of creative independent media. Continue reading