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Jorge Hellhound was the third commissioner of Blood Bowl, preceded by Djimm Thorp. Hellhound is known for many things, but his most important innovation came when he realized that he could sell far more tickets for games than he could ever hope to pack spectators into any stadium in the New World. And so he contacted the various Guilds of Magick, asking them to find a way to transmit an image of the game all over the continent. This resulted in the creation of the Camra and Cabalvision[1].

Hellhound is also credited with organizing the teams into conferences and having names on the backs of jerseys for easier identification of the bodies at the end of the match.

  1. 2nd Edition Handbook, 1988, pg. 3
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