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June brings with it the start of Summer! Hopefully, we can start drying out from all the rain May dropped on us. Remember to keep those mobile devices charged for gaming on the go! Have you been to our Facebook page yet? You can find all the events we’re hosting and share them with your friends!
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Here’s our Oklahoma Monthly Gaming event highlights for June, 2019!
OKg’s GAMING CONVENTION UPDATE:
REGISTRATION IS OFFICIALLY OPEN!!!
We are FOUR months away until the opening of the Name Your Game Expo! The volunteer staff have been working to put together our website and registration form, and we are giving away one FREE weekend pass to the convention!
To win visit the Facebook page
like the post and COMMENT what you are most excited about seeing/doing at the event. Must be 16 years or older to enter, one entry per person. Volunteers excluded from the drawing. The winner will be randomly generated from the entries!
We’re extremely excited to get registration rolling. Check out our website for more information! http://nygexpo.com/attend/
NYGExpo will occur Oct. 5-6 at the Stoney Creek Hotel & Conference Center Broken Arrow – Tulsa, so keep an eye on this page for more updates, including a schedule of events!
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As always, this is just a sampling of the gaming events going on around our great state. Check out our community events calendar to find all the fun and games happening near you:
Tahlequah’s monthly tournament series is finally back, with a new game, but the same great venue and experience you remember! This time we have a $400 prize pool bonus spread across Smash Ultimate Singles, and Doubles, as well as brackets for Tekken 7, Soul Calibur 6 and Dragon Ball FighterZ.
Brackets will start with Smash Doubles at 1PM, with Dragon Ball FighterZ & Soul Calibur starting just after. Once most of doubles and FighterZ are finished, the Tekken 7 bracket and Smash Ultimate Singles will begin. We will be streaming Smash Ultimate Singles and Doubles at Twitch.tv/StartLanGaming.
Start will remain open until Midnight after the conclusion of all brackets, so feel free to stick around and experience Oklahoma’s premier gaming center.
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OKC Metro: Edmond, Oklahoma
It’s time to get spooky, gamers! We’re on the brink of All Hallow’s Eve. That means it’s time to scare the competition with your mad skills or at least with your best costume. We’re highlighting events all the way through Halloween, but we’ll try to keep it not 2spooky4u.
10 a.m. – 11 p.m. Saturday, October 28
The University of Tulsa, 800 S. Tucker Dr., Tulsa
King of the Sticks is a mega fighting game competition the FGC won’t want to miss. Compete in tournaments for Street Fighter V, Injustice 2, Smash, Tekken 7, Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, Guilty Gear XRD, Mortal Kombat XL, BlazBlue, Skullgirls and ARMS. Registration is $25 at the door and $10 per game (or $5 for doubles) with $100 to $500 pot bonuses for main events. Spectators and casual players can join for $5. Learn more.
We know you may be recovering from last weekend’s big events, so we’ve got some casual tabletop on the plate for you this weekend. Why not unwind with some board games and even some booze?
12 – 8 p.m. Saturday, October 21
Coop Ale Works, 4745 Council Heights Rd., Oklahoma City
It’s time again for some friendly board games and a cold pint of ale. This monthly board gaming event takes place inside the COOP Ale Works brewery. Beer and food are available for purchase, so stop by and meet some new friends. 21 and older only. Learn more.
Labor Day is coming up, gamers. Why do you toil all week long? So you can afford to play your favorite games, of course. If you’ve got a long weekend, enjoy it. If not, keep fighting the good fight. Hopefully you can find some time to check out some of these local events.
7:15 – 9:30 p.m. Friday, September 1
Loot&XP: The Game Hub of Norman, 2228 W. Main St., Norman
Ever wonder what this Dungeons & Dragons game is all about? Or are you an old school player who needs to catch up on the latest rule set? Check out this introduction to D&D 5th Edition. The folks at Loot & XP will help you create a character and run a short session. Character sheets and dice will be provided. Learn more.
This weekend’s gaming events may not eclipse Monday’s big celestial event, but we think they still look pretty fun. Check out what’s coming up.
11 a.m. – 8 p.m. Saturday, August 19
Games Workshop: Quail Spring Village, 13801 N. Penn, Suite F, Oklahoma City
Games Workshop is celebrating its anniversary with Orklympics! The store will be hosting a variety of Warhammer tournaments including Blood Bowl, The HQ Royal Rumble, Monster Mash, Shadow War, Skirmish and a best of the best 40k. Plus, there will be door prizes, food and a limited edition anniversary model you won’t want to miss. Learn more.
We at OKgamers are recovering from another wonderful year at Tokyo in Tulsa. Thanks to everyone who came out and gamed with us last weekend. We’d also like to give a shout out to our newest Facebook followers who put us over 3,000 likes. You give us the boost we need to keep telling you about the best gaming events in the state. Here’s what we’ve got coming up this weekend.
Pokémon Go Fest – Okie-style
10 a.m. – 11:59 p.m. Saturday, July 22
Guthrie Green, 111 E. MB Brady St., Tulsa
11 a.m. – 4 p.m. Saturday, July 22
Centennial Land Run Monument near Bass Pro Shops, 200 Bass Pro Dr., Oklahoma City
Pokémon Go Fest kicks off this Saturday with trainers around the world working together to catch ’em all and collectively unlock global rewards. Okie Go players will be gathering Saturday at the Centennial Land Run Monument near Bass Pro Shops in Oklahoma City and Guthrie Green in Tulsa. Learn more about the OKC event and Tulsa event.