Meet Brazil’s Gaming Scene With Cloth Map

Drew met Brazil’s game players, developers, and the people who sell them.

Cloth Map’s Drew Scanlon tours the world with a video gaming bent. He’s been to a Ukrainian nuclear missile base, Chernobyl and Eurovision, and now, Brazil.

Touring Brazil’s graymarket game stores:

Meeting the people who play games:

As well as people who make them:

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Cloth Map Tours Chernobyl & Goes to Eurovision

After visiting a Ukrainian nuclear missile base, Drew Scanlon of the Cloth Map travel documentary series, has visited the post-apocalyptic wasteland of Chernobyl.

If you’d like something more uplifting after watching that, take a look at Scanlon’s trip to Eurovision:

 

Inside a Ukrainian Nuclear Missile Base

Drew Scanlon of Cloth Map, and my favorite podcast about speedy race cars, Shift+F1, has this great video from his recent tour of a decommissioned nuclear missile base in the Ukraine. In the video Scanlon actually gets to use the launch controls.

Here’s the location on Google’s mapping service:

And here is the museum’s English Wikipedia article.