About Us

Welcome to What’s Good Games, a new show for the nerd-inclined. This particular Voltron is comprised of Andrea Rene (host/producer extraordinaire, seen on Yahoo Esports, IGN, GameStop TV, and more), Brittney Brombacher (the kick-ass creator of BlondeNerd.com) and Kristine Steimer (she’s worked at a lot of places like IGN and PlayStation).

We’ve been friends for years and have often discussed how there weren’t many satisfactory ways to get our voices out there, together. That is, until recently, when the stars aligned. We realized that now is the perfect time to join forces and spin up our very own project.

Visit www.patreon.com/whatsgoodgames for more info.

Brittney Brombacher
Self-proclaimed “nerd-entrepreneur” hailing from Seattle, WA, Brittney currently runs the video game website BlondeNerd.com. Built in 2011, BlondeNerd.com kept Brittney sane while she was working at a dead-end, 8-5, 40 hours a week job, and helped her realize that she belonged in the video game industry. She ultimately quit her job, started a side-gig to pay the bills (it’s important to do that, after all) and now spends the majority of her day producing content for her website, podcasting, creating YouTube videos and covering video game events/conventions worldwide.
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Andrea Rene
Andrea Rene is an on-camera host, producer and writer. You can watch and listen to her video game commentary every week on the What’s Good Games podcast. She also co-hosts on the video game news show Kinda Funny Games Daily. She was recently seen at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2017 producing and hosting the “Raise Your Game” Facebook Live stage, plus she was a guest contributor for YouTube’s Live at E3, IGN's Up at Noon, and Gamespot. She’s been featured on Viceland, Spike TV, Yahoo Esports, ABC, DC All Access, GameStop TV, and more.
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Kristine Steimer
Kristine (aka Steimer) has been in the gaming industry for the past 10 years. Her career kicked off doing public relations for Microsoft Game Studios, but she quickly transitioned into media for IGN where she developed a love for content creation. After IGN, she tested the waters of game development out for BioWare Social before moving on to the community management team of PlayStation. Her final pit stop before joining WGG was also in community management, this time for CD Projekt Red.
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