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Submitted by ITFGaming 934d ago | article

2upGamers 6th Gen: Shaky Start with a Strong Finish

Brady Ruiters from ITF Gaming writes: It was once again the first Friday of the month and that means another 2upGamers event. It took place on the 1st of June 2012; this time at Peninsula Cricket Academy. It meant a longer drive for me but I was excited nonetheless.

I arrived at the venue just before the scheduled starting time of 18:30 and thought that the event may have started. I got upstairs and then realised that I was wrong. Things were still being set up and didn’t look close to being done.

There was quite a delay but after a while, Hylton Arendse got things underway by welcoming the gamers to this new venue and letting us all know what was on the agenda for the evening. It turns out that Glenn was in Johannesburg busy with another event not relating to the 6th Gen. (2upGamers, 3DS, Culture, Industry, PC, PS3, Wii, Xbox 360)

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