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Jeremy Ray was born on 19 July, 1984 in Sydney, is an Australian television presenter. Discover Jeremy Ray's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 36 years old?
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Jeremy Ray Net Worth
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Since early 2017 he has been working with Snackable TV on a series called "Under control".
In September 2017, Ray was appointed managing editor for Fandom Australia. Ray told website Mumbrella in regards to being given the role, "I look forward to bringing my creativity and deep passion for entertainment, and games in particular, to further develop Fandom as a daily destination for fans in Australia as well as around the world."
On 9 December 2010, Ray complained about the Australian Christian Lobby relating to the R18+ for video games debate on his blog. Being a practising Christian himself, he stated "Gamers are not just kids, they're also voting Australians. Some of them Christian. And games themselves are not all Halo – the medium is growing in artistic integrity every year. By not realising this when you speak for us, you not only make yourself look backward, you vicariously make US look backward, and it pisses us off."
In 2009 he co-wrote as part of the show the book The Good Game Gamer's Guide to Good Gaming along with Maurice Branscombe, Janet Carr and Steven O'Donnell.
In 2009, the ABC decided to run auditions for new hosts on ABC3. Stephanie "Hex" Bendixsen was announced with other hosts for ABC3, and was thought to be hosting Good Game: Spawn Point. However it was revealed on the show's official forum that Bendixsen would in fact be replacing existing host Jeremy Ray entirely on both the original and new program.
Ray claimed the dismissal was because "they wanted a girl on the show", and stated that "mass appeal" was a direct quote from that meeting. The network first claimed Jeremy would stay behind the scenes in a writing capacity, then stated he would not be working on the show due to holiday travel plans that conflicted with the show's schedule. It then made the statement: "The reason for replacing Jeremy Ray was ongoing behind the scenes performance based issues." For his work in 2009, Ray was highly commended in the Best Gaming Journalist category at the Red Rock Consulting IT Journalism Awards, or "Lizzies", and nominated in the Best Reviewer category.
Jeremy, together with Series Producer Janet Carr, submitted Good Game's proposal and made its pilot, having had a mutual friendship in the past playing against each other in online games starting off with Age of Mythology. On 19 September 2006 the show first aired on ABC TV with both Jeremy Ray and Michael Makowski hosting the episode.
Jeremy Ray (born 19 July 1984) is an Australian television presenter, video game reviewer and DJ. He is best known by his nickname "Junglist", and for co-creating and presenting Good Game.