Scotland’s largest gaming festival, Resonate Total Gaming, is partnering with esports specialists epic.LAN and Curry’s PC World to provide a weekend of competitive gaming across two arenas for visitors at SEC, Glasgow on 19-21 October 2018.
Visitors can compete on esports titles CS:GO and Rocket League to win prizes. Curry’s PC world will have a separately branded arena where players can compete on titles like Fortnite and Black Ops 4. The weekend timetable of esports competitions includes a mixture of on-the-day bookings and pre-registered tournaments for visitors.
epic.LAN managing director Jon Winkle said “Esports in the UK has been growing at a phenomenal rate with more and more events taking place across the country. For the first time, the UK has seen multiple international level events, and we’re providing an opportunity at Resonate for players to have their first esports stage experience to begin their path to becoming a professional gamer.”
Lyndsey McElwee, Resonate’s event manager said: “We want our visitors to have access to a full gaming experience and our esports arena is a major attraction for grassroots players and first timers to test and show their skills in a competitive environment at Scotland’s largest gaming event.”
The ASUS Republic of Gamers Bus, the UK’s number one travelling PC gaming experience, will be joining the weekend roster. The double decker bus will be packed full of the latest ASUS ROG laptops, desktops, peripherals and gaming consoles allowing visitors to play Overwatch.