“Power On: The Story of Xbox” Wins a Daytime Emmy Award

It’s been just over six months since the docuseries “Power On: The Story of Xbox” was released around the world.  The six-part series, a ten100 production directed by Andrew Stephan, takes you on a behind-the-scenes journey through the 20-year history of Xbox. From the design behind the original prototype console, to heartbreaking challenges like the […]

“Power On: The Story of Xbox” Wins a Daytime Emmy Award

It’s been just over six months since the docuseries “Power On: The Story of Xbox” was released around the world.  The six-part series, a ten100 production directed by Andrew Stephan, takes you on a behind-the-scenes journey through the 20-year history of Xbox. From the design behind the original prototype console, to heartbreaking challenges like the “RRoD,” to more recent milestones like the creation of Xbox Game Pass…you’ll hear directly from the team who lived through the triumphs and challenges.  And it’s been so fun hearing from those of you who have watched the series talk about your favorite surprises and the nostalgia you felt in re-experiencing many of the iconic moments in Xbox history. 

We are incredibly grateful to share that “Power On: The Story of Xbox” has recently received multiple entertainment industry awards, including:

We are so thankful for the many of you who voted to support “Power On” in the People’s Voice Webby Awards, and for the judges that have honored the series with these other prestigious awards and nominations.

If you haven’t yet had a chance to watch the series, or if you want to re-watch your favorite parts, you now have more viewing options available. All six episodes of “Power On: The Story of Xbox” are now available to watch for free on Tubi, and will be coming to VIZIO WatchFree+ on July 1. 

In addition to these new platforms, the series continues to be available to watch on The Roku Channel, freevee, YouTube, Redbox, Microsoft Movies & TV, and others. The series is offered in 30 languages along with audio descriptions in English to enable players around the world to enjoy the journey. For more details, please visit the “Power On” site here.

Thank you again for celebrating the story of Xbox with us!

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