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Video & Arcade Top 10 (often abbreviated as V&A Top 10 or simply V&A) was a Canadian game show broadcast on YTV from 1991 to 2006. Filmed in Toronto, Ontario, it was a competitive game show in which contestants played against each other in video games for prizes, with assorted review and profile segments on current games, music, and movies featured as well. V&A Top 10 is one of a select few English language Canadian game shows to run nationally for 16 years, joining Front Page Challenge, Reach For The Top, and Definition in that category. Reruns of the series from the late 1990s and 2000s have recently aired on GameTV.

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  • Video & Arcade Top 10 (often abbreviated as V&A Top 10 or simply V&A) was a Canadian game show broadcast on YTV from 1991 to 2006. Filmed in Toronto, Ontario, it was a competitive game show in which contestants played against each other in video games for prizes, with assorted review and profile segments on current games, music, and movies featured as well. V&A Top 10 is one of a select few English language Canadian game shows to run nationally for 16 years, joining Front Page Challenge, Reach For The Top, and Definition in that category. Reruns of the series from the late 1990s and 2000s have recently aired on GameTV.
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  • Video & Arcade Top 10 (often abbreviated as V&A Top 10 or simply V&A) was a Canadian game show broadcast on YTV from 1991 to 2006. Filmed in Toronto, Ontario, it was a competitive game show in which contestants played against each other in video games for prizes, with assorted review and profile segments on current games, music, and movies featured as well. V&A Top 10 is one of a select few English language Canadian game shows to run nationally for 16 years, joining Front Page Challenge, Reach For The Top, and Definition in that category. Reruns of the series from the late 1990s and 2000s have recently aired on GameTV. The series was hosted by then-YTV PJ Gordon Michael Woolvett (a.k.a. Gord the PJ Man) in its first season, after which he was replaced by then-CFNY radio DJ Nicholas Schimmelpenninck (a.k.a. Nicholas Picholas), who had presented the previous season's music review segments. Picholas served as host for the remainder of V&A's run, and would regularly be joined by three other on-air personalities: one serving as a primary co-host alongside him, and two more to present other segments. Past co-hosts have included Lexa Doig, David J. Phillips, and Liza Fromer, among many others, while Leah Windisch was Picholas' final primary co-host.
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