The news comes by way of the website\u2019s Twitter page and that of the founder, Brandon Jones. \u201cToday is the last day of GameTrailers. I wish it wasn\u2019t so. I love all our fans like family. Thank you for letting me do this job,\u201d Jones says in a brief, but heartfelt post.\r\nFor years, GameTrailers was the go to place for exclusive and easy access to the latest video game trailers. The website was founded in August of 2002 as video was becoming a far more accessible way of gaining gaming information, especially over the typical magazine sources. For over a decade, GT earned exclusive access to the industry\u2019s biggest announcements. During its heyday, it was also the go to place for staying up to date with industry events like E3 and Gamescom.\r\nHowever, such access is not as grand as it once was; with the rise of YouTube and Twitch, and other gaming websites utilizing these services, sites like GameTrailers became less and less necessary. A sad, yet true, fact, the site\u2019s downfall was somewhat expected.\r\nAdditionally, saddening is the knowledge that those employed by GameTrailers were only given notice hours before the news went public. According to a Neogaf post by the website\u2019s associate editor, Ben Moore, \u201ceveryone is being let go.\u201d\r\n\r\nWe here at GeekFeed wish the best for those who have suddenly found themselves unemployed, and can only hope they find work quickly as they are clearly a talented bunch of people.