2upGamers April event: early details

Sneak-peek at what’s ahead for 2upGamers’ April event

March 12, 2013
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Following on from the successful March event, 2upGamers has revealed some details about its next get-together.

Next month’s 2upGamers event will take place on 5 April 2013, and will happen at Trinity, which proved to be a great venue for the previous event.

The night will be filled with casual and competitive gaming, along with some food and drinks.

There will be a LAN set up for some competitive free-for-all Black Ops 2 action, with some prizes on offer; along with an Xbox 360 Black Ops 2 LAN.

A PS3 FIFA tournament, the Liquid Blast FIFA 13 Cup, will take place at the event, with prizes for first place and prize money for second and third, sponsored by Liquid Blast.

The Mweb Gamezone Celeb Challenge will also happen at the event and give you a chance to race against some celebrities in Forza 4 for a chance to win a share of R3,000.

Dance-offs, thanks to Kinect, will be there, along with Guitar Hero and other music games will be on hand for everyone to show off their hidden talents.

Check out 2upGamers Facebook page for more updates.

Source: Zombiegamer

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