Got City Game! Cleveland debuts today on the web

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Got City Game! Cleveland, a new web reality show set in Cleveland, finished filming last month and launches tonight at gotcitygametv.com. Music-video director Don Tyler filmed the webisodes with students from Cuyahoga County Community College assisting. Much like Amazing Race, Got City Game! Cleveland gives three different teams a variety of challenges they have to complete. The team that finishes first wins a year's free use of a Tremont loft and tickets to downtown events for a year. "It's a reality game show to show off what's amazing about Cleveland," says executive producer Barbara Oney. "Each show features a different neighborhood of Cleveland. We're featuring all the cool inner-ring neighborhoods: Tremont, Detroit Shoreway, University Circle, the downtown area, the St. Clair and Superior areas. Our goal is to show off how unique these neighborhoods are and help bring forward information about the amazing job opportunities there are here and the lifestyle assets we have here, and do it in a way that young people will want to be involved with." Filming lasted for two weeks with Jason Zone Fisher, son of Ohio Lieutenant Governor Lee Fisher and director of the documentary Swing State, acting as its host. There will be a total of five webisodes and viewer votes will determine the winning team, which will be announced in February.

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