A competitive gaming documentary titled "Frag", described as an "underbelly of corruption, money, partying, drugs, and even death", will makes it's premier at the AFI International Film Festival in Dallas, Texas this weekend. The first world premier screening will be held on April 1st, with a second showing on April 3rd.

Filmed by Cohesion Productions and directed by Mike Pasley, the documentary started out to cover the CPL but snowballed into a larger eSports theme.

The synopsis on the film's official site is as follows:

"Frag is the true story of professional video gaming. Almost everyone in the world has played a video game, but some kids do it for a living.

Frag sheds light on the struggles that kids face while trying to break into and maintain success in pro gaming. At a young age, they are faced with making adult decisions that impact the rest of their lives. Below the surface of a simple game is an underbelly of corruption, money, partying, drugs, and even death.

Exploited, abused, and abandoned, most gamers fail to reach the top, but like all sports, there are heroes. Frag pulls the curtain back on the biggest sport industry in the world, one that you know nothing about."

The film's main characters include CPL founder Angel Munoz, the legendary Johnathan "Fatal1ty" Wendel, co-founder of Id Software John Romero, and last year's breakthrough dueler, Rafik "LoSt-CaUzE" Bryant.

Others making appearances include myself, Rod "Slasher" Breslau, SK-Gaming's Michal "Carmac" Blicharz, GotFrag's Trevor "Midway" Schmidt, GGL's Marcus "djWHEAT" Graham, MLG's Mike Sepso, Pro Gam3r's Jarod "Streetrunner" Reisin, and even KISS' Gene Simmons. A full list of participants along with other information can be found at this location.