Posted on 11th October 2018
Press Start 2 Join are holding their next public gaming event at the Kings Hall, Burgess Hill on 27th October. 200-300 people are expected during the day.
Through the day will be a mix of tournaments and challenges and a couple of companies have asked to sponsor these.
This is your chance to take part if you wish and also donate a prize perhaps. For a small fee of £25 you will get your logo in the programme, name on the challenge or tournament and also mentions all day as the event will be compered.
Make the Mario Kart tournament yours or perhaps the Sega Rally Challenge is more your thing.
If interested please let the Press Start 2 Join team know by Wednesday 17th October so everything can be printed in time.
There will be several challenges so first come first served.
There are 2 tickets provided too for any of the sponsors.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 07525 400739
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