Kill Screen is a videogame arts and culture company. Through their print magazine and website, they deliver thoughtful content about games and their intersections with the wider world.

They have received praise from outlets like GQ, PSFK and Fast Company. The New Yorker called them "The McSweeney's of interctive media", and TIME wrote that their reviews "are so smart and polished that they might help convince doubters that games are worth taking seriously."

They have cultivated a passionate audience of urban influentials, and have held events and collaborations with organizations like the MoMA, Rooftop Film Festival, and the New Museum. Additionally they have leveraged their expertise in the videogame space by doing consulting for brands like GE and CAPCOM, and even original games production for clients like Intel, Tradeweb, Pitchfork, and Sony Music.

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    Founded by a former Wall Street Journal culture reporter, Kill Screen is a videogame arts and culture company. At its heart, we're interested in the intersection between games, play, and other seats of culture from art to music to design. To that end, we publish a website and a magazine as well as organize events such as our groundbreaking Arcade at the Museum of Modern Art, film festival with Rooftop Films, and programming for the New York Film Festival. We've teamed up with writers from GQ, Esquire, the New Yorker, Colbert Report and others, and the press has been great so far—Wired, Ars Technica, and NPR have praised us and the New Yorker called us "the McSweeney's of interactive media." TIME said our writing was so "polished that they might help convince doubters that games are worth taking seriously."
  • Owned / Operated Properties
    killscreendaily.com, killscreenmagazine.com
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  • United Kingdom
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