Just wanted to let u guys know what's up with PrideCast. As some of u might have noticed, I haven't posted any information lately, and there's a good reason for this. Following the last PrideCast we received a legal letter from DSE. We have no plans to go head to head with DSE, as this would be a futile effort -- DSE having a hell of a lot more money than us and a army of lawyers.
From the beginning of PrideCast, we felt we were helping the sport in our own little way. We agreed that we would stop if we or DSE ever felt we were hurting Pride in any form or fashion.
We will not be doing anymore PrideCasts in the future. We would like to thank you for the support you guys have given us in the past.
We ask that you DO NOT contact DSE on our behalf, as this would only complicate matters and make them worse.
We, or rather OsakaWilson, started PrideCast as a means to share our love of MMA with those of you that had to wait months for the PPV. Despite the fact that Pride started making PPV available earlier, we still grew in popularity, simply because there were hard core fans that wanted to know what was happening as it happened. PrideCast has never been about the money, because everything we did was for free. We did it for the love of the sport.
Despite PrideCast being a free service we did put a lot of time and effort into it. I really believe that we slowly got better with each event. We still had a long ways to go, but I think we did pretty good.
I know there was some confusion at the last PrideCast. I want to clarify for the record, there was no live video feed and there never was any live video feeds or even links in the history of PrideCast. We had strict rules that did not allow this. PrideCast was simply a bunch of guys who ordered PPV and gave an audio play-by-play of what we saw over the Internet.
Again, thank you for your past support. PrideCast has been officially retired, for lack of a better word.