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Ultimate Gamer Tournament hits the Central Coast!

Are you a gamer aged 12 to 24 years old? Well, you’re invited to take part in the Ultimate Gamer Tournament on the Central Coast.

The six-round tournament, run by Central Coast Council, will held across the Central Coast at various venues from Thursday 27 February. Tournament organisers, Central Coast Council, say the event follows the success of a pilot program program held last year.

“Last year over 200 people competed, with first, second and third place winners awarded.

“This year we have new games for players to compete for a chance to win prizes from a total prize pool of $2,000.” council’s Director Connected Communities, Julie Vaughan said.

The tournament is open to all levels of ability and gaming experience and may appeal to people who are on the autism spectrum.

A chill out tent space will be available for young people to relax or who may need a space to retreat.

Each heat will be held in mobile gaming vans, with the capacity of up to 100 gamers per session, located at major shopping centres.

Entry is free, with winners of each heat advancing to compete in the semi-finals and grand final in May.

Ultimate Gamer Tournament
Heats

All heats will be held on Thursday nights 4.30pm – 7.30 pm at:

27 February 2020
Erina Fair

12 March 2020
Westfield Tuggerah

26 March 2020
Umina SLSC

2 April 2020
Lake Munmorah Shopping Centre

16 April 2020
Kibble Park, Gosford

30 April 2020
Lake Haven Shopping Centre

Ultimate Gamer Tournament
Semi-finals

The semi-finals will be held at Erina Fair on Thursday 7 May, with the grand final at Westfield Tuggerah on Thursday 21 May, both from 4.30pm to 8.30pm.

Ultimate Gamer Tournament
Grand Final

The Ultimate Gamer Tournament Grand Final will be held at Westfield Tuggerah on Thursday 21 May, both from 4.30pm to 8.30pm.

Written by Central Coast Live

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