Nickelodeon Games and Sports For Kids

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Nickelodeon Games and Sports For Kids (usually shortened to Nick GaS) was a digital subchannel of Nickelodeon launched on March 1, 1999 that mainly aired reruns of Nick's many game shows. The channel was shut down on December 31, 2007 and was replaced by a 24-hour version of The N, now called TeenNick. However, due to technical problems, Dish Network kept the network until April 23, 2009, when it was replaced by the Pacific feed of Cartoon Network.

Logo (2002-2004)

Visuals: Over a black background is the Nick GaS logo from the time (the Nickelodeon text on a orange banner, the words "GaS" with the "G" and the "S" outlined in light green and "a" in a small black circle, and the words "GAMES AND SPORTS" on a green board and "FOR KIDS" on a smaller, slightly misaligned green board below, in front of a inverted rhombus with the top half in cyan and the bottom half in green-yellow) with the Nickelodeon banner waving like a flag in the wind. A copyright notice is seen below.

Technique: Live-action for the flag.

Audio: A male voice exclaiming "Ho ho, yeah!".

Audio Variants: On the Maximum Rocket Power Games, a young male voice can be heard saying "Dude! That was… sick!".

Availability: Seen on Gamefarm and the Maximum Rocket Power Games, both of which haven’t been shown on TV since at least the mid 2000s.

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