Wargaming has launched a new podcast for tank aficionados featuring first-rate interviews and a special offer for World Of Tanks
Wargaming is one of the biggest military video game companies in the world with its free-to-play online action games such as World Of Tanks. It is also active in preserving military history heritage worldwide with projects that include fund-raising for vehicle restorations and now a new podcast. Tank Nuts is Wargaming’s first tank-related podcast and is hosted by British Army veteran Richard Cutland, Head of Military Relations Europe for World Of Tanks.
Designed to celebrate tanks and the individuals that work with them, Tank Nuts gives audiences an insightful, multifaceted programme that educates, inspires and amuses. Experts delve into the top brass of the armoured world from historians, stunt-people, veterans, celebrities and more. The first episodes are already live and include interviews with Lieutenant Colonel Jim Howard of the Royal Tank Regiment and Craig Moore, the acclaimed author of Tank
Hunter. There is also an interview with stunt coordinator and performer Jim Dowdall who has worked on films such as Where Eagles Dare, Saving Private Ryan, Fury and nine James Bond movies. Upcoming interviews include the director of The Tank Museum and the first female tank commander in British Army history.
Audiences can subscribe to Tank Nuts on their favourite podcast platforms such as Spotify, Apple Podcast, Google Podcast and many more. Tank fans can also watch the video podcasts on
World Of Tanks Youtube channel. For those who want to integrate or link to the podcast directly, you can implement the following widget: www.anchor.fm/world-of-tanks
The podcast is also providing a special offer for new World Of Tanks players. Upon registration, users can use the invite code ‘TANKNUTS’ to access special content across all global regions except Russia. This includes gameplay with WWII tanks like the Matilda Black Prince, T-34-85M and T-127. Players also receive one ‘garage’ slot and seven free days’ use of a World Of Tanks Premium account. The code value for this offer is 24 US dollars so it is a great gift for first time users.
One of Tank Nuts’ interviewees is Richard Smith OBE, Director of the Tank Museum invite code offer includes British and Soviet armoured vehicles from WWII
Richard Cutland served in the British Royal Tank Regiment for 30 years