School is back in session. Whether you’re hitting the books, getting kids back into their routine, or just stuck behind the school bus in traffic, you need some time to unwind. Perhaps you can learn a new gaming hobby this weekend, or maybe you can school some scrubs in a tournament. Either way, we’ve got what you need.
10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday, August 26
Central Park Hall at Expo Square, 1701 S. Sandusky Ave., Tulsa
Join OKgamers at the Tulsa Mini Maker Faire! We’ll be there sharing the art of miniature figure painting with free paint and take sponsored by Dice Addiction Games. That’s right, you can paint a mini of your very own to take home with you. We’ll also be showing off a do-it-yourself arcade cabinet powered by a Raspberry Pi. If that’s not enough to pique your interest, we’ve got free Monster Energy swag bags to the first 50 attendees, and prizes from Papa John’s and TinyBuild to give away too! Don’t miss it. Learn more.
League of Legends Tournaments
3 – 9 p.m. Saturday, August 26
Microsoft Store Woodland Hills, 7021 S. Memorial Dr., Tulsa
Oklahoma City Event
4 – 8 p.m. Saturday, August 26
Microsoft Store at Penn Square Mall, 1901 N.W. Expressway Ste. 1037a, Oklahoma City
The Microsoft Stores in both Tulsa and Oklahoma City are hosting League of Legends tournaments. Participants will play on ASUS ROG gaming laptops and compete in single elimination brackets. Sign up individually or with a team for your chance at unique prizes and in-game bonuses. Learn more about the OKC event. Learn more about the Tulsa event.
4 – 11 p.m. Saturday, August 26
Western Hills Church, 401 S.W. 44th St., Oklahoma City
5 – 9 p.m. Sunday, August 27
Dice Addiction Games & More, 4622 E. 11th St., Tulsa
Do you have a Smash addiction? Dice Addiction Games has got your fix. They’re hosting their weekly Melee tournaments for singles and doubles. Entry is $5 for venue plus $5 for singles or $3 per person for doubles. Learn more.
We’re launching a new giveaway called #RepOK. Stop by the OKgamers table at any event we’re attending while wearing your OKgamers.com t-shirt or hoodie and say, “I’m an Oklahoma gamer!” The first person to do this gets a prize and every one after that gets entry into more prize drawings. In fact, you can try your luck this weekend at the Tulsa Mini Maker Faire. Otherwise, watch for #RepOK on our social channels to find out where we’ll be next! Don’t have OKgamers gear yet? Visit here to learn more about RepOK and how to get your own.
Have fun this weekend, gamers! As always, this is just a sampling of the gaming events going on around our great state. Check out our calendar to find all the fun and games happening near you.