Tired of bad netcode? Want to test your mettle in real life? Join us every Friday for FREE FGC casuals. Just bring your own controller and a setup if you can. Warguts is located at 3322 Southwest Blvd Tulsa. Join our discord here: https://discord.gg/jKzxbAfUd2
Come join us for Hearthstone Battlegrounds. Our sponsor ELM, LLC enjoyed the last event that we added another so soon! Win cash, meet people in our local community, and much more!!! 3322 Southwest Blvd, Tulsa, OK 74107-3800, United States
$400 prize pool!
It’s going down in T-Town! The event that started it all for GOE is back exclusively featuring Mortal Kombat 11 (Other games are welcomed as side brackets).
Saturday May 25th, 2019 at 3PM
$10 Entry (into prizepool)
Catch the stream over at:
Double elimination bracket including a “The RUN BACK” bracket for those who go 0-2! Follow the event page for more information coming soon!
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…]
The gauntlet was thrown and the play mats were set up at the one and only Dice Addiction Games for the Magic: The Gathering Modern State Championships Sunday, March 5 in Tulsa. Fifty people from around the state, some even from surrounding states, showed up to test their decks, but in the end, one person reigned supreme. Stepping atop the proverbial pedestal after a long day filled with fierce battles, Daniel Graves was named Oklahoma’s champion for 2017.
Jump back, Loretta! It’s Friday in Oklahoma and if you’re a gamer then you no doubt have a date with a favorite game this weekend. Whether you’re dreaming about the next Overwatch hero, drooling over the latest Mass Effect: Andromeda clips or locking in your pre-order of D&D Tales from the Yawning Portal, don’t miss your chance for a PUG with these events.
6 p.m. Friday, February 24 – 9 p.m. Saturday, February 25
Oklahoma Memorial Union, 900 Asp Ave., Norman
Monday Night Booster Draft $15 entry fee two packs per person!
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.