Ubisoft Film and Television reveal ‘Driver’ live-action series for new streaming platform ‘Binge’

A new streaming service will soon offer game-related premium programming. The company behind Mythic Quest have signed on for the first show, Driver.
the car from driver, soon to be a tv show from ubisoft film and television

Binge, a new global video streaming platform is coming. Not to be confused with Binge, the Australian video streaming platform owned by Foxtel. The former Binge will focus on video game-related linear content, and their first show is Driver. It comes from Ubisoft Film and Television, an arm of French videogame developer and publisher Ubisoft.

A free-to-view service that makes a point of shirking subscription models, Binge will feature ‘exclusive shows, premium channels, and original live-action series where your favourite games come to life.’ It will be accessible on any internet-connected device and will feature a gamified reward system for consistent viewing.

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Edmond is the managing editor of ScreenHub. He has covered the video game industry for over 13 years, was the former Australian editor of GameSpot, and is an award-winning video producer. You can follow him on Twitter: @EdmondTran

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