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Submitted by schmoe 532d ago | news

First ever MWEB GameZone Celebrity Gaming Showdown is a great success

The Cape Town phenomenon known as 2upGamers has once again made its presence felt at the April edition of the event. For those that don’t know, 2upGamers is an event that takes place on a monthly basis, bringing Cape Town gamers together to meet new people, play games and most importantly, have a good time. However, the event isn’t just all shenanigans; each month speakers that are in some way linked to the gaming industry are invited to talk to the gamers in attendance. Tournaments are also a 2upGamers staple, with at least 2 of them taking place at each event. (Culture, Dev, Industry, Next-Gen, PC, PS Vita, PS3, PSP, Tech, Wii, Xbox 360)

bosbvok  +   532d ago
Big thanks to all the ladies from Good Hope FM for coming out to show off how much fun gaming is. See? Even if you're a celeb, gaming is cool!

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