If you fancy meeting up with some like-minded gamers and taking part in some casual or tournament style games then you might want to check out Mayamada‘s GAMEPAD event. It takes place on the afternoon of Saturday the 8th April, 2017 from 12:00 – 18:00. Tickets are available to buy from the GAMEPAD website and cost £10.00 each, or you can grab a group ticket for £20.00. This second option is a buy-two-get-one-free deal.
The event is set up for both casual and tournament play. From Mario Kart and Smash Bros on the Wii U, through 1-2 Switch! on the new Nintendo Switch to Street Fighter V and Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 on hte Playstation 4, there are a range of games that will be playable. On top of that, the event features several table-top and card games too.
Here’s the official lowdown on the event:
GamePad is an exciting social gaming event supported by gaming giants Ubisoft and Nintendo! Early Bird tickets are now available for the spring 2017 event!
We’re back in 2017 for the spring event on Saturday April 8th 2017. Join us at the Maker Wharf where you’ll be able to play on the brand new Nintendo Switch Console!
Men, women, and families are welcome to this new experience focused on creating positive memories in a place where gaming is fun for everyone.
The event’s purpose is to promote social inclusion, bringing people together:
Social gaming is when a diverse range of people come together in the same physical space to make new friends while playing games. An original concept in a world of online gaming where gamers often play against unseen opponents in another time zone.
“We’re bringing back the magic of gaming with friends in the same room. Nintendo’s new Switch console fits that ethos perfect and we can’t wait for people to play it together” – Nigel, mayamada co-founder.
Nintendo’s new Switch console, released March 3rd, will be the main feature of at mayamada GamePad. Not just guys, but girls and families are all getting in on the act. Gaming today is more inclusive than ever and the audience at mayamada GamePad is breaking down social barriers and stereotypes through video games.
Check out the GAMEPAD website for more details and to book your tickets.
You can also head on over to Mayamada‘s site to check out their British Manga offerings and other events that they host.
Source: Press Release
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