“The Sims” are traveling out of the computer screen and onto the TV screen. Twenty years after it was first released in 2000, the iconic virtual reality game is finally getting its own show, Variety reports.

TBS will air The Sims Spark’d, an upcoming four-episode series about real “Sims” fans competing in challenges for a grand $100,000 prize. The show, which will also stream on Buzzfeed’s Multiplayer, will follow the competitors as they craft their own worlds and scenarios within the game and then present them to a panel of three judges: “Sims” voice actor and musician Tayla Parx, BuzzFeed producer Kelsey Impicciche and game developer Dave Miotke, also known as SimGuruNinja.

The Sims Spark’d will feature a dozen contestants and will be hosted by Rayvon Owen, an American Idol finalist and a “Sims” fan himself. The competitors each have their own specialty in “The Sims 4,” ranging from character design, to home building, to story.

“Since its inception, ‘The Sims’ has been a groundbreaking experience, allowing players to create and virtually live out the stories they create in-game,” said Lyndsay Pearson, GM of “The Sims” franchise. “That’s also why this show is so exciting. We’re continuing that innovative spirit, bringing our community together to compete and showcase their in-game storytelling on a reality show in an entirely new way.”

Electronic Arts, which publishes “The Sims,” will also be launching a series of challenges in “The Sims 4” for The Sims Spark’d hopefuls looking to compete in Season 2 of the show. The Spark’d Challenge Program launches in “The Sims 4” July 17.

The Sims Spark’d premieres on TBS July 17 at 11/10c. New episodes will be released each Friday from July 24 through Aug. 7, all a 11/10c. The Sims Spark’d will debut on Buzzfeed Multiplayer on Mondays after the episodes premiere on TBS, starting July 20 and ending Aug. 10.