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Signals from the Frontline

By Frontline Gaming

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Description

This is the gaming podcast for Frontline Gaming hosted by Frankie and Reece. Where we discuss rumors, gaming news, tactics and of course bad jokes. Find out more information at: Frontlinegaming.org

Customer Reviews

Very informative

I have been listening to this podcast after it was mentioned on the 11th company. I'm returning to the hobby after a good few years and find the regular and bit size information very good. Great stuff guys keep it up. Tgron

True Awesome Sauce

Great bite size regular podcast. Funny & knowledgable hosts, if you love 40k like me you have to subscribe. Keep up the great work Reecius and Co..... The Emperor Protects!

Great podcast

5* a little on the short side but twice a week on Tuesdays and Saturdays (almost always on time) not just 40k, talks about genuinely interesting hobby stuff from other companies too that I would not usuLly be exposed to. Reece and Frankie bring a lot to the 40k hobby community at a very high level and the content of these podcasts genuinely show this. I am from the UK and feel they influence my hobby greatly (of which I'm thankful for due to time constraints leaving me unable to visit FLG's).

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