Remap is a new media company from the creators of the long-running video game website, Waypoint, and its popular adjoining podcast, Waypoint Radio. Join Rob Zacny, Ricardo Contreras, Patrick Klepek, and a rotating cast of friends as they set off on a new adventure that has them obsessing over the video game Dragon’s Dogma nearly as much as they question the nature of capitalism.
Remap is funded by, and only exists because, of its supporters.
At Remap, you can expect multiple podcasts and streams each week about a variety of topics, including but not limited to games, rooting for sports teams that break your heart, inflatable hot tubs, hanging out on car auction websites, and more. At its core, Remap is about video games, but we can't help ourselves.
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We appreciate every Remap supporter. All of you make this wild thing work, and we strive to make every tier feel worthwhile. At Basic, you'll get ad-free versions of podcasts like Remap Radio and early releases of Sports!
Foundation is the heart of Remap, and our most popular tier, too. The early and exciting support for Foundation is what turned Remap from a curious project into a job, and gets you access to everything we produce at Remap. Every podcast, every article, every behind-the-scenes piece of goofiness. It's all there. As of Nov. 1, however, the Foundation will become Library, at $12 per month, to better reflect the costs associated with adding written editorial to Remap's offerings. But until November 1st, you can lock in at $10.
This is the future of Remap, the closest we can describe as Remap "1.0" a few months into this. Library, with an assortment of podcasts and streams and articles, best represents what we're hoping to build in the months and years ahead. Your support is critical to making that happen. Library is functionally equivalent to Foundation, but reflects a necessary small change in pricing.
So, Zeal. We've been approached by zealous Remap supporters who asked to support Remap at a higher tier. Remap would like to do live shows, we'd like to travel, we'd like to eat Cincinnati Chili. These are not explicit promises insomuch as the kinds of ideas we're kicking around. If you want to nurture the development of such wild ambitions, you may do so. Zeal does not come with any additional content, but we are currently thinking through ways to say thank you to anyone who supports at this tier. Think of it as a very big tip jar.