Future launch new weekend event dedicated to PC Gaming

Future launch new weekend event dedicated to PC Gaming
September 9, 2015 Andrew Parsonage

 

Future plc, publishers of the world’s best selling PC gaming magazine, PC Gamer, and market leading website www.pcgamer.com , today announced the PC Gamer Weekend – a brand new, two-day event, dedicated to PC gaming that will take place at the Old Truman Brewery in Brick Lane, London, on Saturday 5 and Sunday 6 March 2016.

The weekend is for those who love PC gaming. Whether it be actually playing or building the most powerful machines, or just socialising with the community for the latest hints and tips, the PC Gamer Weekend caters for all the community could ask for.

With tickets going on sale in December, all visitors will receive a free game, courtesy of Bundle Stars, as well as access to the event.

Play: With the event taking place over two floors, gaming takes centre stage. With all of the latest releases available to try out from the major publishers as well as the indie developers. In addition, all visitors will receive a place in one of the tournaments that will be taking place through the weekend.

Hardware Zone: The Hardware Zone will be packed full of the latest cutting edge gaming equipment to sample and buy. There will be experts on hand to offer advice and make suggestions on all hardware needs.

Workshops: Workshops will be held throughout the entire weekend that gives attendees the opportunity to meet and greet the experts, as well as attend interview sessions with developers.

Community: The PC Gamer Weekend will bring together the PC gaming community. Based in the heart of London’s east end, the weekend is the perfect opportunity to meet with like-minded people.

PC Gamer Editor, Samuel Roberts , says, “The PC Gamer Weekender is our vision of an event created specifically for PC gamers. The timing is perfect with a number of major game launches planned, which our audience will be keen to get some game time with. Initial feedback from our community has been extremely positive and we are looking forward to bringing it all to life in March.”