Cartoon Network’s We Bare Bears IRL in the Bay Area Event At SF Sketchfest 2019 Today 13th January

Cartoon Network's We Bare Bears IRL in the Bay Area Event At SF Sketchfest 2019 Today 13th January

Cartoon Network’s We Bare Bears IRL in the Bay Area Event At SF Sketchfest 2019 Today 13th January

Today (13th January), there will be a special We Bare Bears event at SF Sketchfest (also known as The San Francisco Comedy Festival) called “Cartoon Network’s We Bare Bears IRL (In Real Life) in the Bay Area Event At SF Sketchfest 2019”. Some members of the main cast and crew of Cartoon Network Studios’ We Bare Bears will be there including the voice actors for Panda and Grizz as well as the show’s creator – Daniel Chong. There will be a hilarious improvisation game based on live drawings and also an exclusive screening of two brand new episodes. The Bear Brothers’ hometown in We Bare Bears is inspired by San Francisco and the greater Bay area, so there’s no better place to get an complete immersive experience of the show in real life and walk in the paw prints of Grizz, Panda and Ice Bear.

Attending the event are Bobby Moynihan (voice of Panda), Eric Edelstein (voice of Grizz), Cameron Esposito (voice of Ranger Tabes), Daniel Chong (show creator), Lauren Sassen (Creative Director), Manny Hernandez (Supervising Director) and Mikey Heller (Head Writer). The special event will be held at Marines’ Memorial Theatre located on 609 Sutter Street in San Francisco, the event will run from 7.30pm to 9pm.

Seats cost $35 in the lower orchestra area and $25 in the upper balcony available, even though the show is tonight, there’s still some seats available, so if you are in the San Francisco area and are a fan of the show, this will be an event you wouldn’t want to miss.

The event is co-presented by the Cartoon Art Museum located in the city. SF Sketchfest is now in its 18th year and will run from 10th to 27th January 2019.

https://sfsketchfest2019.sched.com/event/JLw6?iframe=no

https://www.sfsketchfest.com/

Cartoon Network Launches Its First Location Based VR Game: We Bare Bears: Food Truck Rush

Cartoon Network Launches Its First Location Based VR Game: We Bare Bears: Food Truck Rush

Cartoon Network Launches Its First Location Based VR Game: Food Truck Rush

Today (5th September), Cartoon Network has announced that it has launched its first-ever location-based virtual reality game, the new game is based on the Children’s BAFTA (British Academy of Film and Television Arts) and Creative Arts Emmy nominated animated series – We Bare Bears. The new game is called “We Bare Bears: Food Truck Rush”, in the game, two or three players take on the roles of Grizz, Panda and Ice Bear and operate a food truck together – much like the We Bare Bears episode – Food Truck. The objective of the game is to cook and serve food to as many customers as possible before running out of time. Cartoon Network Games developed the game in partnership with Luton, UK-based tech company – AiSolve (the developers of WePlayVR) and also Philadelphia-based game studio – PHL Collective.

WePlayVR currently has VR gaming locations in London, Dubai, New Zealand, Seattle and many more. We Bare Bears: Food Truck Rush is the first third-party IP to launch on AiSolve’s VR platform. WePlayVR is a free-roaming virtual reality arena featuring a haptic floor that interacts with the game. The VR game launched exclusively at the Family Fun Center in Tukwila, near Seattle, Washington this week and is available to play over the next three months.

Cartoon Network Games has also released two VR games based on Adventure Time in the past – “Adventure Time: Magic Man’s Head Games” and “Adventure Time: I See Ooo”.

From The Cartoon Network USA Press Release: Cartoon Network Enters Location Based VR With We Bare Bears: Food Truck Rush

Cartoon Network has launched its first location based virtual reality title in partnership with AiSolve, the developers of WePlayVR, a free-roaming virtual reality arena. Developed by Philadelphia-based game studio PHL Collective, Food Truck Rush is an immersive multi-player, location-based VR experience based on Cartoon Network’s animated series We Bare Bears. The experience was produced by Cartoon Network Studios and spearheaded by their emerging technology group.

Food Truck Rush launched exclusively at the Family Fun Center in Tukwila, Washington this week and will be available for fans of all ages to play over the next three months. Food Truck Rush is a 2-3 player party game. Players transform into Panda, Grizz and Ice Bear to operate and manage their very own food truck. The goal: cook up food and serve as many customers as possible before the clock runs out. Players will have to work together inside the WePlayVR arena to complete complex orders and avoid kitchen mishaps.

Food Truck Rush is Cartoon Network’s first location-based VR experience. In October 2015, Cartoon Network was the first kids focused network to enter the VR space with Adventure Time: Magic Man’s Head Games.

The launch of Food Truck Rush marks the first third party IP game partnership for AiSolve’s WePlayVR platform.

We Bare Bears is a BAFTA Award-winning and Emmy-nominated series about three brothers trying to fit in and make friends…which can be kind of hard to do when you’re a bear. Grizzly, Panda and Ice Bear are fairly savvy about the modern world: they’re masters of the selfie, fans of the food truck, and chasers of Internet fame. Yet, they have a lot to learn about the trendy residents that surround their humble Bay Area cave. Grizzly, the oldest bear, will lead his younger brothers, Panda and Ice Bear, with endless optimism that will only result in disaster, some of the time. We Bare Bears is created by Annie Award-winner Daniel Chong and produced by Cartoon Network Studios.

About WePlayVR

WePlayVR is the modular, turn-key location based virtual reality attraction made by UK tech company, AiSolve. Deployed globally at family entertainment centers (FECs) and leisure destinations, WePlayVR is a compact, free-roaming arena featuring puzzle-based adventure games designed specifically for its haptic floor, which provides in-game feedback. WePlayVR arenas are operating on three continents and five countries ranging from London, Dubai, Wellington, New Zealand and Seattle, Washington.

https://variety.com/2018/gaming/news/food-truck-rush-cartoon-network-1202927555/

http://www.retail-merchandiser.com/blog/3451-cartoon-network-2

http://www.aisolve.com/aisolve-partners-with-cartoon-network-to-launch-new-weplayvr-experience/

Cartoon Network USA We Bare Bears New Episodes Airing Daily 6th To 10th August

Cartoon Network USA We Bare Bears New Episodes 6th August To 10th August 2018

Cartoon Network USA We Bare Bears New Episodes Airing Daily 6th To 10th August

New episodes of We Bare Bears from season four continue on Cartoon Network USA this week (6th to 10th August) and onwards, with new episodes airing Monday to Friday at 7pm ET/PT, you should watch them, they’re beary good!

This Week’s New Episode Descriptions and Sneak Peeks

Monday 6th August: Best Bears

The Bears must complete their best-man duties on the day of Darrell’s wedding.

Tuesday 7th August: Crowbar Jones: Origins

Also The Cartoon Network App: Grizz pitches his Crowbar Jones prequel film to Nom Nom, hoping Nom Nom will agree to appear in the movie.

Wednesday 8th August: Hot Sauce

Also On The Cartoon Network App: A quest for their favorite hot sauce causes the Bears to get involved with a sting operation.

Thursday 9th August: Mom App

Also On The Cartoon Network App: Hoping to finally get the mom-experience, the Bears use an app that’ll bring a mom right to their door.

Friday 10th August: The Limo

Also On The Cartoon Network App: To help distract Panda from his girl problems, Grizz and Ice Bear treat him to a ride in a limo. Rapper T-Pain guest stars.

https://tvlistings.zap2it.com/overview.html?programSeriesId=SH02222210&tmsId=SH022222100000&from=sl&aid=gapzap

Last year, the creator of We Bare Bears – Daniel Chong visited Singapore, he went on a little adventure to find Grizz, Panda and Ice Bear, Cartoon Network Southeast Asia has recently uploaded a video about his adventure. Daniel has a personal connection with Singapore as his family originated from the Asian island city state, Daniel’s family later moved to the United States in the 1970’s.