I was watching a Japanese TV show, and in the start of the episode, introductions were made between two people; then later in the show, they were playing a video game. In both instances, the phrase "Hajimemashite" was used.
Is it correct to use it in the second instance? Shouldn't they have said, "Hajimemashou" instead?
How do you do?; I am glad to meet you - はじめまして on Jisho
From my understanding, this is used when meeting someone for the first time.
to start; to begin; to commence; to initiate; to originate - 始めよう on Jisho
Whereas, this one means to begin, e.g., to start a race, game, etc.