This weeks YouTube update is over Geekinomicon 2016!
Check it out for more info!
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!
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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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!
Check out this sweet milestone we’ve just reached!
Now is your chance to win a pair of FREE passes to Tokyo in Tulsa!
Here’s the details:
Steam Game Giveaways ends July 3rd 11:59 pm Central
Tokyo In Tulsa Weekend Pass Giveaways ends July 10th 11:59 pm Central
1 entry will be given to all current subscribers and anyone that subscribes up until respective end date.
An additional entry will be given to all subscribers that comment on this video and an additional entry will be given for a comment on next weeks video.
3 games will given out for Contest #1
2 individual weekend passes will be given for contest #2
Contest #2 is unavailable to anyone not able to attend Tokyo in Tulsa July 15-17th
Limit one prize per subscriber
Good luck! 😀
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We asked how you wanted Overwatch at Tokyo in Tulsa, and we have the results!
Looking for the details of the tournament? Here’s the breakdown:
When: Friday, July 15th @5pm
Where: Cox Business Center – Tulsa, OK
Entry Fee: $20 per person, $120 per full team
Payout: Entire pot will be paid out + a bonus $500 from TnT; 70% goes to 1st, 20% to 2nd and 10% of the pot to 3rd place.
This will be a Bring Your Own Computer LAN aka “BYOC”. You will be responsible for your own power strip, computer, monitor(s), and peripherals. TnT and the tournament coordinators will not have any equipment for your use except as outlined below. Once you’ve gotten your membership or pass, visit Exhibit Hall C for instructions on how to load in your hardware.
Needing more details? Looking for rules and regulations? Check out our event page!
RSVP to the Facebook event page!
OKgamers has collaborated with Tokyo in Tulsa since its launch in 2008. Saif Khan, Chairman of OKg, joined Tokyo in Tulsa in 2009 as a Director and has worked tirelessly alongside his team to bring the convention a quality gaming experience year after year. As Tokyo in Tulsa and OKgamers.com expand towards new, but different horizons, Saif Khan made the decision to step down as a Director of Tokyo in Tulsa in order to concentrate exclusively on growing OKgamers.com LLC, and supporting the larger Oklahoma gaming community directly.
As a part of this decision, OKg has expanded its staff to include long-time associates and fellow gaming organizers from past endeavors. This expansion brings together some of the best tabletop & PC gaming organizers in Oklahoma! These talented individuals combined with existing OKgamers staff and affiliated groups will solidify OKg’s ability to provide a premier gaming experience for all of the events that it supports as well as make Tokyo in Tulsa 2016 the best gaming experiences to happen in Oklahoma on record!
About OKgamers.com LLC: Since its founding in 2006, OKgamers.com has introduced hundreds of local volunteers to for the purpose of improving community through gaming. OKg has also organized over 150 tournaments in Oklahoma serving thousands of gamers from the five state area and brought over $100,000 in sponsorship to Oklahoma.
OKgamers spent the last few years quietly working behind the scene to support local organizers and provide Oklahoma Gamers access to local niche gaming. In 2016, OKgamers has stepped out from behind the scenes to provide more information as well as organizing more events. Keep an eye on www.okgamers.com for more information.
About Dynamite Conventions LLC: Dynamite Conventions, LLC is an event management company with a focus on fan-based, cultural and/or community based projects. They manage multiple events including the flagship program Tokyo in Tulsa and will be announcing additional projects in the future.
About Tokyo in Tulsa: Tokyo in Tulsa (TnT) is a fan-based event with a focus on Japanese Anime, Culture, and Pop Culture. With a mission of “To Educate and Build Community Through Entertainment”, Tokyo in Tulsa proves that education does not have to come from traditional sources and that even two vastly different world views can find common ground.
The Ninth Annual Tokyo in Tulsa will be held at the Cox Business Center and DoubleTree Hotel in the heart of downtown Tulsa on July 15-17, 2016. Tokyo in Tulsa hosts over 300 hours of programming for Anime, Gaming (Console, Arcade, PC, LARP, CCG, Laser Tag and Tabletop), Japanese and Tulsa Culture, Art, Writing, Music, Shopping (with vendors, artists and exhibitors from all of the country) and much more!
Please visit www.tokyointulsa.com for more information.