‘BCFx’ Set To Reach Another Level

By Tony McClean
Updated: November 21, 2008

NEW HAVEN, Ct. — It’s been over a year since Nerjyzed Game Studios introduced their “Black College Football Experience” (BCFx) video game to the masses.

An authentic action packed football game created using the Unreal 3.0 engine, “BCFx” is a cultural experience that puts players and fans into the heart of black college football fusing advanced video game design and entertainment.

Now the Louisiana-based company is set to announce of the console edition of the “BCFx” video game during the 35th Annual Bayou Classic rivalry between the Southern University Jaguars and the Grambling State University Tigers at the Louisiana Superdome.

The announcement event will be held on November 28, in the Superdome ‘s Bienville Lounge from 9 p.m. to midnight. Attendees will learn about the unique, innovative features of the exciting game play, interactive halftime shows, and head-to-head drumline competition, as well as get a chance to try their skill firsthand.

There will also be music and plenty of good New Orleans food.

The event will be hosted by ESPN Anchor Stan Verrett. Also on hand will be Grambling Alum Doug Williams, Super Bowl XXII Most Valuable Player and the first Black quarterback to win a Super bowl championship, Southern Alum and Chairman and CEO of Nerjyzed Entertainment Inc., Jacqueline S. Beauchamp, current and former Black College football players, Celebrities, Historically Black Colleges and University administrators from across the country, Government officials, local and national business and community leaders.

As part of its debut, Nerjyzed will begin its national ad campaign on NBC during the Bayou Classic football game on Saturday, November 29th at 1 p.m. Additionally, Nerjyzed will host the first-ever BCFx Sideline Video Game Zone during the Bayou Classic where gamers will compete live on NBC.

Founded in 2004, Nerjyzed (pronounced energized) Game Studios is a privately held African-American owned, interactive, digital entertainment media development and publishing company headquartered in Baton Rouge with a development staff of more than 45 full-time employees. The company develops digital animation, video games and films that reflect the urban market segment.

Nerjyzed’s executive team has decades of experience in technology, interactive entertainment and mainstream media, holding top-level positions at companies such as Microsoft, Sony, Motorola, IBM, Electronic Arts, Mythic Entertainment, and Bethesda Softworks.

The team also holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from esteemed HBCUs including Southern University, Howard University, and Florida A&M University as well as other top universities throughout the country.

NOTE: For more information contact Michelle McCalope, Public Relations Director, at (832) 428-3461.