Reloaded VI - Coming July 9th 2010 - Get ready to game
|Date Posted:||Tuesday 20th April, 2010||Author:||Ej|
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Reloaded Events is pleased to announce the sixth event in its ongoing series of electronic gaming events in Adelaide. The July 9th event will attract more than a thousand attendees, with more than five thousand dollars in cash, and thousands more in prizes being given away to lucky gamers throughout the two day gaming marathon.
Reloaded is the largest BYO electronic gaming event in the country and attracts competitive gamers from across Australia to the St Clair Recreation Centre for a two day showdown where skill, luck and technology wrestle with human ingenuity to get the big prizes and take home the cash. Competitions take place on all modern platforms, including computers, Playstations, Xbox 360’s and Nintendo’s.
Feature competitions for this event include Counterstrike Source, Quakelive, Call of Duty 4, Team Fortress 2, Starcraft, Forza 3, and Wii Sports as well as a wide variety of others. Reloaded has something for everyone. Reloaded is open to all and caters from the hardcore to the casual gamer, and there will be a number of free play consoles available for anyone to pick up and play. Unusually for a gaming event of this kind, there will be several physical challenges and competitions including a 3v3 basketball competition, as well as dodgeball, air hockey and indoor soccer.
Reloaded will be held from July 9.
Valhalla LAN Parties was founded 13 years ago and is South Australia’s largest regular electronic gaming event, drawing more than 200 people to the St Clair Recreation Centre every six weeks. For more information please visit www.valhalla.net.au
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