Artemis is a Spaceships bridge simulator (more on my FB event page) This is Part of a Charity Event Game Marathon for Extra Life a fundraiser for the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals
It’s finally here! The weekend we’ve been hyping you for weeks now. Two major Tulsa conventions are here with OKgamers bringing you gaming at both. Let’s get to the details.
11 a.m. Friday, October 13 – 6 p.m. Sunday, October 15
Cox Business Center, 00 Civic Center, Tulsa
XPO Game Festival is bringing all things gaming to Tulsa this weekend. This event features PC and console free play and tournaments, laser tag, a retro arcade lounge presented by OKgamers, VR, tabletop, cosplay, live video game music and dozens of panels with game developers and industry experts. Don’t forget to sign up for the incredible eSports tournaments including League of Legends, Overwatch, Hearthstone, Rocket League, Halo 5, Super Smash Bros. 4 and Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite. No Oklahoma gamer should miss it! Learn more.
Did you hear that eSports are outpacing traditional sports in viewership? We at OKgamers aren’t surprised. Who doesn’t love to watch their favorite PUBG or Dota streamer? Just don’t forget to get out there and play some games yourself.
6 – 9 p.m. Friday, September 29
All Things Entertaining 1901 N.W. Sheridan Rd., Lawton
Are you an Iron Man or a Mega Man? Either way, bring your fighting skills to Lawton where All Things Entertainment is hosting a Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite double elimination tournament. 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.
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.
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…]
Sunday is Father’s Day. Did you remember to get your dad something? We know dads love games. So hit up your friendly local game shop to find something special for the man who taught you to be a good sport… even if you didn’t listen.
7 – 10 p.m. Friday, June 16
Dragonslayer Games, 3944 S. Hudson Ave.,Tulsa
ARMS for the Nintendo Switch is finally here! Join Dragonslayer Games for a free launch tournament. First place winner will receive a copy of the game and there will be store credit prizes for other placements. Learn more.
Muggles may not have been aware but magic duels happened Saturday, May 14 across the nation, including Tulsa and Oklahoma City. Don’t be alarmed! All spell casting was contained within the virtual world.
The Unspoken Virtual Reality Tournament brought 12 players to compete one vs. one using Oculus Rift and Touch at The Microsoft Store Penn Square Mall in Oklahoma City. This store was one of 80 participating in the U.S. and Canada, including The Microsoft Store Woodland Hills in Tulsa.
“Microsoft partnered with Oculus and Asus to put on the tournament so we can offer the semi-grand prize of going to New York and the grand prize of upwards of $5,000 for a local winner,” said Dani Rippy, community development specialist for Microsoft Store Penn Square Mall. [Read more…]
Happy St. Patrick’s Day, gamers! May the luck of the Irish be with you all weekend long whether you’re rolling 20s or maxing Elo.
8 a.m. – 8 p.m. Saturday, March 18
Wizard’s Asylum Comics and Games, 749 Jenkins Ave., Norman
The sixth NAF-approved Orclahoma Blood Bowl tournament offers a ton of prizes as well as exclusive swag for all attendees. Early registration is $25 for the day or $40 for the full weekend, including Sunday’s Spiky Cup. Learn more.
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