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Charismatic Conor may just be a teenager, but he is already a professional in his chosen field known as "KidFury", a professional video game player who takes the industry by storm. Things change, though, when a thumb injury brings his gaming career to a screeching halt, a setback that forces him out of the gaming circuit and into a public high school for the first time. While there, he meets three fellow gamers -- Franklin, Wendell and Ashley -- who team up with Conor to form the school's first-ever gaming league. Working together, the foursome learns that making lasting friendships in the real world is more meaningful than getting high scores in the digital realm in the Gamer's Guide to Pretty Much Everything.
Conor, a 15-year-old professional video game-playing phenom, desperately wants to get his pro card back after a thumb injury forces him to retire, so he recruits new classmates Franklin, Wendell and Ashley to play the game for him.
Conor attempts to circumvent life's challenges by using his gaming skills. He tries to get his pro card back after a thumb injury sees him having to retire.
When Wendell's life falls apart from playing too much Puddin' Party, a cheesy, kids' phone game, Conor and the rest of the crew go to extreme lengths to break him of his lame obsession.
A prospective sponsor sends the team a state-of-the-art gamer's chair and everybody wants it. Franklin comes up with a competition to see who can go the longest without gaming with the winner keeping the chair.
Mondale High's beloved "Spirit Egg" is stolen, and Conor and Wendell go undercover to get it back.
Wendell introduces his new girlfriend to the gang and she turns out to be Conor's biggest rival from the pro circuit.
The gang signs with a big video game company.
Conor fails his driving test.
Conor and the gang score a rare copy of one of the scariest zombie video games ever made, Zomb-pocalypse, and find themselves battling real-life zombies at their school after playing the game.
Conor must overcome his demons by winning a dance competition with Ashley.
In an attempt to win Pranktube's annual "Most Viewed Prank" contest, Conor and Ashley pull the prank of the century on Franklin.
After Wendell saves him from a life-threatening accident, Conor feels indebted to his friend and allows Wendell to move in with him.
Conor and Ashley give Mr. Spanks another chance at breaking the school's punting record in football while Wendell and Franklin compete to become the next school mascot.
Conor goes undercover into the bizarre subculture of table-top, fantasy card games to help a fan who was wrongfully accused of a crime.
The gamers sneak off to use an asteroid-blasting simulator during a school field trip at a space lab. When a real asteroid begins hurdling towards the Earth, the gang must use their gaming skills to save the planet.
Conor and the gang take a product endorsement deal to try to dethrone their arch rival Lika from being the face of the gaming world.
During a team-building retreat in the woods, the boys find themselves trapped without food or technology.
Franklin's ego drives him to lose a deluxe go-kart on loan from Funtendo to some kids from Mudd Valley High. Meanwhile, Wendell learns his cousin Dwayne is engaged to his nemesis.
When the gang dazzles at the game "Rock Hero 5," Mr. Spanks encourages them to compete on the hit TV series "American Talent Factor.".
Conor gets grounded for Gaming Club. He is afraid that the team not survive. He starts working in Zoo and "babysitting" the goat.
Conor and the team participate in the latest gaming craze, an Escape Room. When the clues lead them to a large amount of cash, they inadvertently steal the money from a gang of crooks.
Alyvia Alyn Lind(Tina)
Murray Rundus (Wendell)
Sophie Reynolds (Ashley)
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