Last week The US government deemed League of Legends as a Professional Sport. With news like this hitting the web it's easy to see why competitive PC gaming is becoming more mainstream every day. For some it raises questions over how to get into serious competitive PC gaming and for others they simply want to know how to get started with PC gaming. This is where Exist2Game, the UKs latest premier gaming event comes in.
Exist2Game is aiming to quickly become the UKs leading indie gaming event allowing end users to experience the latest and greatest in PC gaming technology. From hardcore professional gamers to casual players, everyone is welcome to join in as events will be held all over the UK at stores of some of the UK's top independent computer retailers. Steven Lightfoot, Director of Pudsey Computers said "We are very excited about hosting the Exist2Game event, we love gaming and this event is going to allow our customers to really find out everything we can do to take their gaming to the next level."
The event will allow participants to not only try out some of the very best in hardware from some of the UK's top manufacturers. It will also be running a national Counter Strike tournament, with big prizes for the winning team. In addition; demonstrations will be given in the likes of PC system building, League of Legends tutorials as well as some other great lessons. "By giving people the chance to take part in tutorials and demonstrations throughout the day, we are hoping that they can really take something away from their participation." said, Craig Hume, Director at Utopia Computers.
Exist2Game will be held in top retailers all over the UK with the first event taking place on the weekend of the 28th & 29th of September 2013. Already confirmed as Exist2Game venues are retailers in Birmingham, Kilmarnock, Leeds, Reigate, Sevenoaks, Wrexham & Gibraltar with more to follow soon.
If you are interested in taking part then make sure you sign up at www.Exist2Game.com to book your place. Demand to participate is expected to be high and places will be given on a first come first serve basis.