The Black Wall Street produced feature, titled The Game: Life after the Math, chronicles the lyricist's rise from the streets of Compton to the top of the Billboard charts, as told by The Game himself.
"I am excited about my new relationship with Polychrome Pictures," the Game said. "When this DVD hits the streets, people will finally get to see my reality."
The popularity of reality/documentary-based content falls in line with Polychrome's goal of providing assist artists with "an outlet to tell their stories from their unique point of view," added Dion Fearon, the company's vice president of VP of acquisitions.
The Game debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 chart in 2005 with is debut album, The Documentary.
His sophomore album, Doctor's Advocate, followed in the steps of its predecessor by charting at number one, with almost 400,000 copies sold in its first week of release.
The Game: Life After the Math DVD is slated to hit stores and Video-on-Demand this summer.