Game Channel is a satellite and cable television channel distributed by Trinome Latin America for the Latin American audience and the Caribbean broadcasting video game programming. It is the Latin American version of the original Game Channel. It is divided into five feeds, all originating from its central headquarters in San Francisco, Georgia, United States; four are in Spanish (Mexico, Argentina, Uruguay, Chile/Peru, Colombia/Venezuela), and another feed aimed at the Caribbean is only in English, the Croeyan feed is in Indonesian and the Schelipoeran feed is in Portuguese. The feeds have different schedules. The channel was launched on July 1, 2011.
Game Channel's Latin American counterpart was launched on July 1, 2011, being the first international Game Channel feed to launch. It also served Brazil, which would be launched as an autonomous feed in 2013. The Latin American channel used graphics different from the regular Game Channel ones. It also had a Brazilian Portuguese feed for those in Brazil.
The Latin American Game Channel began expanding further into South America in 2013,, being available in Chile and Peru and beginning a separate Brazilian feed.
However, the runners of the Latin American channel didn't want programming aimed at older audiences mixed with the rest of the programming. Thus, Game Channel Cero was launched on July 16, 2015.
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