Rooster Teeth’s new series ‘Camp Camp’ has ‘South Park’ vibes

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LOS ANGELES — Rooster Teeth is continuing its “summer of animation” line-up with its new series Camp Camp.

The Austin-based production company, behind hits such as Red vs. Blue, gave Mashable a sneak peak at the show (above), which debuts June 10 on RoosterTeeth.com.

Camp Camp follows 10-year-old cynical camper Max, who finds himself stuck at a dysfunctional summer camp run by a shady business mogul who is looking to turn a profit any way he can.

The show, which has South Park vibes, will also follow the weird cast of campers and annoyingly cheerful counselor David.

Rooster Teeth, which was acquired by digital entertainment company Fullscreen in 2014, was founded in 2003 by college friends Matt Hullum and Burnie Burns.

Since then, the company has amassed more than 20 million subscribers to its YouTube Network, as well as 3 million unique monthly visitors to its RoosterTeeth.com hub and 1.8 million registered community members.

To celebrate its new show, Rooster Teeth is doing a “Summer of Animation” live stream on June 9, where cast and crew from Red vs. Blue: Season 14, RWBY Chibi and Camp Camp will tell behind-the-scenes stories and share exclusive content with fans.

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