This weeks YouTube update is over Geekinomicon 2016!
Check it out for more info!
Wanting to experience the latest technology in VR, but not wanting to drop the cash for the equipment or setup? Then come out to Dragonslayer Games to experience it for yourself!
Dragonslayer recently added the HTC Vive to their ever growing collection of gaming gear.
Not looking for the VR experience? Dragonslayer also has events for CCG, fighters, and more!
Check out their scheduled events on our calendar!
Wanting to visit Dragonslayer Games? They are located at 3944 S. Hudson Ave. right off of I-44, and across the street from Promenade Mall right next door to Panera, and Desi Wok. Go check them out!
Are you a gamer who live streams their content on Twitch or YouTube? Want to gain more viewers? We’ve got a solution for you!
Since 2006, OKgamers has been for gamers, by gamers in Oklahoma. Now, we want to show the state what we have to offer! We are currently beta testing a new stream embed system and would like to add additional streamers to our list. We are requesting content from gamers throughout the state! We simply request a few pieces of information so that we can share more information with people! If you would like to have your streams added, simply get in contact with us, and let us know your gamertag, a direct link to your Twitch or Youtube, and what games you play when you stream!
So far we have requested this information from OKgamers staff, so you can check out how we are looking to use this! The streaming page will feature one group or player each week – focusing on their current gameplay. On the right hand side, you will see which players are online, and which feeds be are currently following! Let us know if you are interested in being added to our list!
This weeks YouTube update covers the recent King of Fighters XIV midnight release! Oscar and Deshawn went to Dragonslayer Games to participate in the event!
The tournament was streaming until 2:30 in the morning! To check out the coverage, check out Game Over Entertainment’s stream!
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Recently, we’ve noticed that several different locations throughout Tulsa have been losing their PokeStops left and right. The Farm Shopping Center, St. Francis, The Hard Rock and more. Why have they been removed?
Some users believe that these PokeStops have been removed per the request of property managers – however, The Farm Shopping Center commented stating, “The game was dropped here without notice and was removed without any notice. We just came in this morning and saw that no one was around.” Other businesses are stating variations of the same statement. Private Property owners have had the ability to request PokeStops since the start of Pokemon Go, but business agree, they have not filled these requests.
This is unfortunate news following the removal of the three step feature, changing the refresh rate from an already increased 5 seconds to 10 seconds, and a serious lack of communication to players from Niantic.
Speculation states that the removal of PokeStops is connected to the recent lawsuit due to trespassing on Private Property – Looks like Niantic is attempting to be proactive and taking care of stops on Private Property so that no further issues are caused.
You want to know the worst part about this? Users are going to business pages and giving them poor ratings due to these changes. As a player myself, I feel that we are going after the wrong guy. We should be attempting to talk to Niantic and not telling businesses who don’t have anything to do with the changes that we are upset with them. The Farm also stated that they are aware of the lawsuit, but are not apart of it.
Tulsa Pokemon Go players – let’s continue to support local business. They’ve allowed us to play, we should respect their locations until we find out more.
Did you know that we were streaming our League of Legends matches at Tokyo in Tulsa? Did you know we had a tournament for L0L at TNT? If you didn’t, you should check out our calendar so you don’t miss out on events that involve guaranteed pot bonuses and more! This years event had a guaranteed $2,000 pot!
If you are looking to catch up on the events from TNT, we have uploaded the tournament play to our Youtube channel!
|Winners – Plat-Capped||Winners – Uncapped|
|1st – Land Snek
2nd – 4 and a 1/2 White Guys
3rd – Team ReZolve
|1st – Unicorn: ^)
2nd – Nightnightville
3rd – Psychological Welfare
Check out our latest video with Oscar and Deshawn out at the Farm Shopping Center. Currently The Farm is one of the hottest spots for Pokemon Go in the Tulsa area, attracting hundreds of players each night. Since Pokemon Go has released, they’ve set some ground rules so that the community can continue to visit the area.
The rules are simple; keep it clean, you must walk the area, and they allow Pokemon Go during the hours of 9pm to 11pm.
While in the area, Oscar and Deshawn quizzed local gamers to see what knowledge they had over Pokemon. Check out the video to see how they fared!
You also have a chance to win a KOR-FX immersive gaming vest! Check out the video for details!
We’ve officially made it to the most anticipated weekend of the year for us! OKgamers will be at the Cox Convention Center from the 15th to the 17th for Tokyo in Tulsa! We spent most of Thursday setting up Hall C with consoles, and preparing the Lower Gallery for all of the CCG tournaments going on this weekend!
Along with getting set up, we’ve also set up some sweet giveaways! If you have a Snapchat account, keep an eye out for our filter! Starting at 2pm, when Hall C and the Lower Gallery opens, we will be giving away prizes to attendees to take a Snap with our filter, and then upload it to social media! Tag us on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook for your change to win awesome prizes!
Have you met Oscar and Deshawn? Don’t know who they are? Now is your time to meet them! Oscar and Deshawn our the face of OKgamers; they host our weekly YouTube videos! Now is the time to subscribe to our channel! The guys will be walking around the convention giving away raffle tickets to whomever can prove that they subscribe to our channel! Simple, right? Just subscribe and get an entry for free stuff!
If you are interested in joining us for this epic event, passes are available on site. Registration information is located on TNT’s website. They offer just a gaming pass as well, so if you’re only going to TNT for gaming, you’ll only have to pay $20 for each day!
Catch up with Oscar and Deshawn as they visit our local gaming shop, Alien Games! Located in Jenks, Oklahoma, Alien Games mainly focuses on CCG tournaments, including Magc the Gathering, Yu-Gi-Oh!, Pokemon, and more!
Alien Games will also be attending Tokyo in Tulsa! They will be having a midnight release for the latest Magic the Gathering release, Eldritch Moon!
Wanting to keep up with Alien Game events? Check out their venue page!
Thanks to Sunny Summan and Click Gaming, we will have 9 sponsored PC setups for Tokyo in Tulsa! These PCs will be available for tournament players who are attending TNT for League of Legends or Overwatch and unable to bring their setups! Players will also be able to use these PCs for free play while tournaments are no longer in play.
If you are a local player, we still encourage you to bring your personal setup to TNT so that everyone can have fun at Tokyo in Tulsa!
Thank you Sunny! We appreciate you greatly! 🙂
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