Trey Games (born September 26, 1973-June 10, 2006) was a television creator and founder of DPS Networks. He is best known as the founder and president of DPS Networks from 1994 to 2006. He was better known for creating and voicing the character in the animated sitcom Linner. In 2006, Trey was killed in a trailer crash in St Louis, MO. He is best known in the 2002 film The Hood Boys.
Trey Games was born on September 26, 1973 in Detroit, Michigan.
Games became president and founded TRE Media Holdings LLC in May 26, 1994.Games also founded TREtv on June 10, 1994 (which is now DPS). Games also launched Life, teen tv, & ATV. In 2000 the company name was changed to 64 Entertainment.
On June 10, 2006 at 4:59pm, Trey & the others was inside a mobile home trailer with the 18 wheeler cargo, but suddenly the drunk driver was doing some rough driving and crossed over a big hilly rock so the 18 wheeler and the trailer started fliping over from the rock and the truck starts to crash with the mobile home trailer and it killed Trey and the others inside the trailer. One month after his death, Dorian Shavis began to replaced Trey Games after his death. In 2008 about two years after Trey's death, the company be spun-off as DPS Networks. Nine years later after the death of Trey Games, DPS Networks closed down their channels on June 6, 2015. Harlo Media Networks brought out MOTV, & MOTV's multiplex channels on June 6, 2015.