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A pair of adult industry personalities who also happen to like games are set to combine their interests with a site offering topless game review videos and walkthroughs.

Pwned By Girls (probably NSFW), according to Escapist, features Alana Evans and Misti Dawn, and its launch is apparently timed to coincide with Gears of War 3. The site’s already a hit, apparently, sporadically returning “site unavailable due to capacity issues” while at other times loading normally.

Adult industry news site Xbiz.com (NSFW) says the first session is due on September 20th in America, and will let users play against the girls through the Streamate and Camworld services. Pwned by Girls eventually plans to host the gaming sessions itself.

The pair also promise game sessions over Xbox Live and PS3 online (El Reg: Is there anything about adult content in the T&Cs?), streaming “every minute” of their topless gameplay, using the adult stars’ tags “meowmistidawn” and “superpinkninja”.

Unless there are first-rate experts in one-handed gaming out there, it’s a near-certainty that the girls will “pwn” their opponents nine games out of ten, but El Reg guesses it’s not about whether you win. We do, however, expect a rash of stories with headlines like “Teen dies after 48-hour non-stop gaming session” some time soon. ®

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