Saturday April 4th Join us for a fundraising tournament for the Crescent High School Esports Team. Prizes for Winners. $2 admission. $3 Registration for Mario Kart. $3 Registration for Super Smash Bros Ultimate Rookie or Ace Bracket. All proceeds benefit Crescent High School Esports Team. Registration starts at 12:30pm Games begin at 1:30pm.
Please come support our Crescent High School Esports team! This event is open to the public and anyone who wants to compete is highly encouraged to participate! General Admission to the tournament is $2.00 and if you want to compete, there are TWO games to choose from. Registration for MarioKart is $3.00 and registration for Super Smash Bros Ultimate is $3.00. For SSBU, you can enter the Rookie bracket (if you have little or no experience playing) or the Ace bracket (if you are an experienced player)! There will be prizes for the Mario Kart winner and the winners of each of the SSBU brackets.
Each Month we are running a video game tournament. The month of April its Mario Kart. The nightly winner gets a Vanessa House gift card. The best racer for the month gets a Tapwerks gift Card.
Mario Kart Tournament on 3 November 2018
$10 registration fee ($5 goes toward winning pot)
$5 spectator fee
Comic, toy, and gaming convention followed by a live WRESTLING event. Saturday, September 16, 2017 at the Tahlequah, OK Community Building 908 S. College Ave. Convention starts at 9am. UWE SHOWDOWN VIII starts at 7pm. Concessions served all day. Message Cherokee County Comic Convention, email: [email protected], or call: Aaron Aldridge 918.638.9668 for more info on vendor booths ($40), artist booths ($40), guest appearances, or press.
Console is king this fine weekend, gamers. We’ve got events throughout the state if controllers control your life.
3 – 8 p.m. Friday, September 15
Microsoft Store Woodland Hills, 7021 S. Memorial Dr., Tulsa
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What exactly is Tokyo in Tulsa?
Oklahoma’s LARGEST 3 Day Anime, Cosplay, Gaming, Manga & Japanese Culture Event!
Tokyo In Tulsa is a Japanese and Pop Culture convention centered on Japanese Animation. We also showcase music through concerts and a Saturday Night Rave, creative art and writing, gaming (console, tabletop, ccg, and LARP), gaming tournaments, and fashion. Join us for a full weekend of nonstop fun.
Gaming and Panel schedules?
Find all that and more on our website as it develops:
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Welcome to a very special edition of For The Weekend. We’re going to highlight some of the OKgamers-sponsored events you won’t want to miss at Oklahoma’s biggest gaming event: Tokyo in Tulsa!
Tokyo in Tulsa is happening Friday, July 14 – Sunday, July 16 at the Cox Business Center in Tulsa. This fan convention focuses on Japanese anime and pop culture as well as gaming… lots and lots of gaming! With over 50,000 square feet of games, all in Exhibit Hall C, there is sure to be something for everyone. Check out some of our highlights below and visit our Tokyo in Tulsa page for more details.
Console & Retro Gaming
Powered by GameStop, don’t miss our tournaments for all your favorite console gaming titles including Halo 5, Call of Duty, Smash Bros 4 and Melee, Street Fighter 5, Tekken 7 and Injustice 2. All fighting game events will be on Saturday.
If you’re just looking for some free play, try your hand at some the hottest games like Star Fox Zero, Mario Kart 8, Just Dance 2017, Overwatch and many more.
Looking to kick it old school and relive the golden age of consoles? You’re in luck! We’ve got retro gaming stations including the Famicom, NES, Super Nintendo, Sega Genesis, Dreamcast, Nintendo 64 and Game Cube, just to name a few. [Read more…]
March 2, 2017 is a day that will forever grace the halls of gaming history with a light so bright that no gamer worth their salt would be able to look away from. The midnight release of the Nintendo Switch, arguably one of Nintendo’s most revolutionary pieces of work, went off with a blast inside the Owasso GameStop Thursday evening. To be at ground zero during the launch extravaganza was a special opportunity for the Nintendo gaming community. There was pizza served from Papa John’s as well as Smash Bros. and Mario Kart tournaments until 11 p.m. with some of the most enthusiastic gamers in the community.
Going back to our roots … Tokyo in Tulsa is hosting a block party for our 2016 Halloween event. Come out to the Guthrie Green for:
– Scavanger Hunt
– Pokemon Go
– Carved Pumpkin Contest
– Cosplay Contest
– Prizes & Giveaways
The Night will be MC’d by Tokyo in Tulsa’s own DJ Zach Fast! Keep an eye here for more details.