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There aren’t many gaming experiences that can top playing your favorite game on the big screen. This is exactly what young Minecraft players can expect from Super League’s City Champs competition series. In case you still need to be sold on the concept, we have five reasons why you’ll have a blast at the next Super League’s City Champs event near you!

It’s Video Games...on the Big Screen!

Need we say more? Kids who have a passion for playing Minecraft definitely won’t need any convincing on this one, but we’ll drive home the point for all you gamer parents out there, just in case.

Most people choose to watch films at the theater to enhance their movie experience. If you’re a movie goer, imagine what it would be like to control the characters displayed on the screen. This type of epic gaming experience is what the Super League City Champs Minecraft competition offers to kids ages 17 and younger. Think about how happy your child will be to participate in something like this, and how much of a fun experience it will be for both of you. 

Gaming Competitions are Fun to Watch

Depending on your familiarity with Minecraft, you may think of it as a passive building game filled with blocky landscapes and equally cubical creatures. While this is mostly true, Minecraft fans who are more interested in the multiplayer versions of the game know how intense some PvP battles can become. Super League Gaming is honing in on the latter, organizing an exciting multiplayer competition that both participants and parents can enjoy.

You don’t have to be playing in the tournament to enjoy the event, either. At the City Champs Minecraft competition, you can watch your child’s character compete with other players on the big screen, just like watching your favorite sports team compete on TV. 

There's Plenty of Game Modes to Enjoy

While most sports competitions only consist of one type of game, Super League Gaming has conjured up seven Minecraft multiplayer game modes for players to compete in during the City Champs event. All seven game modes are played during each of the three gameplay sessions, which means players will need to come up with multiple strategies as a team to win each one. There’s never a dull moment playing Minecraft during the City Champs competition, and there’s something to interest everyone.

Meet New People in Your Community

The Super League Gaming City Champs competitions are set up in major cities across the nation. Depending on how close you live to the movie theater hosting the event near you, there’s a good chance you’ll meet some great people who live in and around your community. This is also a great opportunity for your children to meet other gamers their age who share a similar interest in Minecraft. Competing on teams with other participants can quickly develop into lasting friendships for both you and your kids.

You Can Be That Loud Parent in the Stands

Perhaps you’ve always wanted to root for your kid as they score a goal in soccer, but they’re just not the type of kid who’s into physical sports. Well, if Minecraft is more their style, then you’re in luck. With the Super League’s City Champs competition, you’ll finally have the opportunity to root for your child from the stands as they compete for a place in The Grand Finals. Okay, maybe you should stick to your indoor voice for this one, but watching your child build, battle, and earn points for their City Club is still pretty exciting.

Hopefully we’ve made a compelling case for just how fun the Super League’s City Champs event is going to be. To register for the competition and purchase tickets, head over to the Super League Gaming website for details.

City Champs Minecraft Locations

City Champs Minecraft events will be held in multiple cities over the coming months. Head over to the City Champs Minecraft event page for details on the dates and times for each city’s gaming sessions. The participating theaters and locations are as follows: 

Cinemark Playa Vista and XD

12746 W Jefferson Blvd #3190, Los Angeles, CA 90094

Cinemark Paradise 24

15601 Sheridan St, Davie, FL 33331

Cinemark Seven Bridges and IMAX

6500 IL-53, Woodridge, IL 60517

Cinemark 17 and IMAX Theatre

11819 Webb Chapel Rd, Dallas, TX 75234

Cinemark Memorial City Houston

Memorial City Mall, 310 Memorial City Way, Houston, TX 77024

Redwood Downtown 20 and XD

The Old Spaghetti Factory, 825 Middlefield Rd, Redwood City, CA  94063

Century 16 Boulder

Twenty Ninth Street Mall, 1700 29th St., Boulder, CO 80301

Century 16 Santa Fe Station

4949 N Rancho Dr. Las Vegas, NV 89130

iPic Redmond

Redmond Town Center, 16541 NE 74th St, Redmond, WA 98052

iPic Fulton Market

11 Fulton St New York, NY 10038

Showcase Cinema de Lux, Patriot Place 

Patriot Place, 24 Patriot Pl. Foxborough, MA 2035

Harkins Theatres SanTan Village 16 

SanTan Village, 2298 E Williams Field Rd, Gilbert, AZ 85296

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Super League Gaming is hosting a number of City Champs gaming events for young Minecraft fans across the nation. Not only do these events provide kids with a rare opportunity to play Minecraft on a massive movie theater screen, but these events also help to impart valuable skills that should be acquired sooner than later. 

Teamwork

Super League’s City Champs brings kids of all ages together to unite over a common passion for video games such as Minecraft. The children who participate in City Champs events come together at a local movie theater to participate in the competition. These kids form City Clubs that are subdivided into smaller teams, who then go on to compete against other City Clubs in their favorite game. 

Communication amongst teammates is crucial to success in each of the seven game modes. This helps kids learn how to work together with one another to formulate group strategies, while also acquiring valuable team building skills that will benefit them well into the future.

Social Skills

The Super League’s City Champs competitions are a great way for kids to meet other gamers their age who share common interests. Since each event takes place at a designated local movie theater, the participants are more likely to live close to one another and may even be neighbors without realizing it. City Champs is essentially another extracurricular activity where children can interact with new people outside of school and get to know other people in their community. 

Kids are encouraged to engage with one another to communicate ideas and build solidarity with their teammates. These interactions help to improve and reinforce social skills in children who may not experience nearly as much interaction if they were gaming at home.

Creativity

Creativity is one of the core concepts of Minecraft. The game’s blocky aesthetic and robust building mechanics appeal to the creative side of gamers, giving them the necessary tools to build daring inventions and wild creations. 

A game mode like Workshop TNT is purely about creation, encouraging players to flex their innovative muscle to construct the most explosive device with their team. Kids will need to tap into their creative side in game modes like this if they want to help their City Champs team reach The Grand Finals.

Critical Reasoning

Winning each of the seven game modes requires players to use critical thinking and problem solving skills to out-maneuver their enemies. Teams that come up with well-thought-out strategies will instantly gain an edge over their opponents. 

The Super League’s City Champs event encourages players to deliberate amongst each other to devise their plan of attack before heading into battle, strengthening their analytical skills and prompting the use of conceptual reasoning when faced with a future problems or puzzles.

Competitiveness

The Super League’s City Champs is a competition at its core, bolstering the competitive nature of the children involved. While winning isn’t everything, competitiveness can encourage participants to think about ways to improve themselves if they wish to achieve certain goals. 

A bit of rivalry can help foster personal growth, and an event like the Super League’s City Champs competition offers a healthy competitive environment devoid of the toxicity the children may encounter online. Competitiveness can also prompt the previous skills to come into effect as a means to reach or overcome a common goal. 

City Champs Minecraft Locations

City Champs Minecraft events will be held in multiple cities over the coming months. Head over to the City Champs Minecraft event page for details on the dates and times for each city’s gaming sessions. The participating theaters and locations are as follows: 

Cinemark Playa Vista and XD

12746 W Jefferson Blvd #3190, Los Angeles, CA 90094

Cinemark Paradise 24

15601 Sheridan St, Davie, FL 33331

Cinemark Seven Bridges and IMAX

6500 IL-53, Woodridge, IL 60517

Cinemark 17 and IMAX Theatre

11819 Webb Chapel Rd, Dallas, TX 75234

Cinemark Memorial City Houston

Memorial City Mall, 310 Memorial City Way, Houston, TX 77024

Redwood Downtown 20 and XD

The Old Spaghetti Factory, 825 Middlefield Rd, Redwood City, CA  94063

Century 16 Boulder

Twenty Ninth Street Mall, 1700 29th St., Boulder, CO 80301

Century 16 Santa Fe Station

4949 N Rancho Dr. Las Vegas, NV 89130

iPic Redmond

Redmond Town Center, 16541 NE 74th St, Redmond, WA 98052

iPic Fulton Market

11 Fulton St New York, NY 10038

Showcase Cinema de Lux, Patriot Place 

Patriot Place, 24 Patriot Pl. Foxborough, MA 2035

Harkins Theatres SanTan Village 16 

SanTan Village, 2298 E Williams Field Rd, Gilbert, AZ 85296

Shacknews - Raqib Huq

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe's release is just around the corner and one feature we have been dying to try out is the newly revised Battle Mode. In this video, we showcase the return of Coin Runners from Mario Kart Wii on the Battle Stadium and Wuhu Town maps while playing as Dry Bones and King Boo. The goal of this game mode is to collect as many coins as possible, while attacking other karts and chipping away at their coins.

For more videos, including gameplay and interviews, visit the Shacknews and GamerHub.tv YouTube channels.

In case you missed it, you can find out how much hard drive space this game takes if you are thinking about downloading it digitally as well as check out our full review of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe for more insight about this game.

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Mario Kart 8 Deluxe's release is just around the corner and one feature we have been dying to try out is the newly revised Battle Mode. In this video, we showcase the return of Bob-omb Blast from Mario Kart: Double Dash on Splatoon's Urchin Underpass and Luigi's Mansion maps while playing as Inkling Girl and Inkling Boy. The goal of this game mode is to use Bob-ombs to blast your opponents away. Get points for popping their balloons while trying to protect your own!

For more videos, including gameplay and interviews, visit the Shacknews and GamerHub.tv YouTube channels.

In case you missed it, you can find out how to unlock Gold Mario in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and check out our full review of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe for more insight about this game.

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Much like virtual reality, augmented reality is in its infancy. VR, which puts you into a world or situation through the use of special optics and headset, is a bit further along with the likes of HTC Vive and Oculus Rift. But AR, which superimposes an image over the user's view of the real world, has only scratched the surface. Oculus chief scientist Michael Abrash thinks that full implementation of AR is at least 5-10 years away.

“Full AR will not be an occasional or special case device,” Abrash said during Facebook's F8 developer conference (via UploadVR). “It will be your always-on helper continually aware of your surroundings, your context, and your history. Constantly mixing the real and virtual worlds to serve your needs and keep you connected.”

While many might have experience rudimentary AR through mobile game Pokemon Go, Abrash said the device he envisions will be “glasses that enhance your vision and hearing seamlessly, that make you smarter and more capable, and that are light, comfortable, stylish, power efficient, and socially acceptable to be a constant part of your life.”

Even today's best equipment has nothing on what AR should be down the road. All areas that utilize VR need upgrades and better tech for this to become a reality, and anything "state of the art" may be the best in a couple years, but far from the immersion Abrash foresees.

But when it finally does happen, “I predict that AR will involve the greatest leap in the nature of human/computer interactions since the mouse and GUI,” he said.

Shacknews - David Craddock

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds overflows with all sorts of common goodies. Others are more rare. So rare that, in the case of the trench coat apparel, there are only two ways to get one, and neither of those methods involves breaking open Pioneer item boxes and crossing your fingers.

How to Get A Trench Coat in PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds

There's no easy way to acquire your trench coat. There's only a hard way, and a harder way. First, in exchange for pre-ordering the PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds deluxe package, players received the PlayerUnknown costume. This set included a t-shirt, shoes, bandana, and, among other knickknacks—you guessed it—a trench coat.

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds snuck up on many players who are now kicking themselves for missing out on the pre-order bonus. If you count yourself as one of that unlucky crowd, don't worry. You can purchase the set on the game's Steam marketplace. Be prepared to pay up, though. The PlayerUnknown outfit has been known to fetch upward of $200. Supply and demand in action.

The second, less-expensive-but-still-dear way also involves a trip to the Steam Community Market. If you don't want the bandana, t-shirt, and other items in the PlayerUnknown set, single out sellers who put their trench coat up for offer. That item alone still runs around $100, though. How much is looking suave and mysterious worth to you?

In need of more information about PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds? Check out our guide on the game's minimum PC specs, which offers advice on hardware upgrades for those who want to wring every last drop of performance from their gaming machines.

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Welcome to a new Modojo Rewind, and what a week it's been. We've had rumors of all varieties, game releases, and the usual nonsense that I share with you on a weekly basis. There's phone stuff, there's Nintendo stuff, there are awful puns courtesy of yours truly. I mean, you're getting your money's worth here, that's for sure. Let's jump right into it, starting with everyone's favorite ebay scalper supplier, Nintendo.

You go, Ganon

My Ganondorf has a last name, it's D-R-A-G-M-I-R-E

Of course, the big news for old Nintendo this week was the rumor of a SNES Mini on the way later this year. As such, we wrote a list of games that definitely need to be included on a SNES Mini — including Turtles in Time, you're very welcome — as well as what Nintendo could do to make the SNES Mini better than the NES Mini. You know, aside from make more than 12 of the things. I also took the time out to write about the retro remake/remaster Wonder Boy: The Dragon's Trap, which arrived on the Switch this week. It's fantastic, go play it. Right after you listen to the Tenacious D song again for the first time in years.

The first 100% speedrun of Breath of the Wild has gone down, and it only took 49 hours! Which is still less time than it took me to play through the game in general, so kudos, internet person. Speaking of Zelda, did you hear that Ganondorf's last name has been made canon? It was a bit of insignificant trivia hidden away in the Link to the Past manual, and now it's returned. Man, I miss Wind Waker Ganondorf. The upcoming Lady Layton game got a new trailer and will now be coming to the West on 3DS, albeit some time after the mobile version. Finally, Shovel Knight: Specter of Torment finally got release dates for the Wii U and 3DS. Don't mind me, just patiently waiting to play it on my Vita after the new console got it first. Not salty at all.

The Line

Phonin' it in

A few weeks ago I wrote about a pirate-themed RPG called Tempest that was headed to mobile devices from PC, and now it's out. You can grab a ship and go die shamefully to the kraken on your iOS or Android device for just $7.99. A new bubble popping game called Snoopy Pop is heading to mobile platforms with a Peanuts skin now, because someone's mission to put Snoopy in as many things as humanly possible has yet to be fulfilled. It was also announced that Fez will finally be heading to iOS later this year. No jokes here, Phil Fish might come for me.

There was a whole smorgasbord of iPhone 8 rumors this week, because of course there were. First, someone claimed to have gotten ahold of relatively dubious looking iPhone 8 diagrams revealing its dimensions. I'm no master of phones, but it sure looked like one to me. There was another rumor that pointed to the device having an Apple Watch style stainless steel enclosure, and yet another that suggested the “iPhone Edition” would ship without a fingerprint scanner. How courageous of them. Oh, and some fancy Italian fashion house is selling incredibly expensive Candy Crush paraphernalia for hundreds of dollars each, and if I'm perfectly honest they look like stuff you'd buy at Wal-Mart in the dollar bin.

That's it for the weekly Rewind. I'm not sure what everyone is playing at the moment, probably still Persona 5 because it's the longest linear game in existence. Hows about that persona that's literally just a demon sitting on a toilet? What a classic. I love Shin Megami Tensei designs. See you next week.

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Mario Kart 8 Deluxe boasts the largest roster of racers ever to rev their engines in Nintendo's perennial kart-racing franchise. All of your old favorites from 2014's Mario Kart 8 on Wii U return, plus characters such as Link that made their debut in DLC expansions. The complete lineup is at your fingertips from the start—with one notable exception: Gold Mario.

Who is Gold Mario?

Gold Mario is a secret, unlockable driver exclusive to Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. The original Mario Kart 8 on Wii U featured Metal Mario, who shares much in common with his golden brother. Both Marios handle similarly; they even have the same stats, which we provide for you below.

So what's the big deal? Bragging rights. Unlocking Gold Mario is perhaps the greatest challenge the venerable Mario Kart series has ever posed. Adding him to your cast is proof positive that your racing skills are a sight to behold.

How Do I Unlock Gold Mario?

Gold Mario can be yours—if, that is, you're able to earn a gold trophy in every cup on 200cc engine speed. Mario Kart 8 was the first title in the franchise to offer 200cc as a maximum speed. Every other game topped off at 150cc. To win gold in every cup on 200cc, you'll have to exercise pixel-perfect control over your character and come in first on every track, in every cup. Pull that off, and Gold Mario is yours.

What Should I Know Before Attempting 200cc?

The best way to prepare for 200cc is to learn every inch of every course on 150cc. Take time to find a character, as well as a vehicle, wheels, and paraglider that suits your playstyle. Once you feel comfortable with your character and kart combo, start working your way through 200cc. You can play through cups in any order, so get your best ones out of the way first. Going through your strongest cups first will give you a few gold trophies under your belt right off the bat, and hone the skills you'll need to survive 200cc in cups that give you trouble.

What are Gold Mario's Stats?

Gold Mario plays identically to Metal Mario. Still, if you went to the trouble of unlocking him, you might as well flaunt your victory in front of the whole world by playing online.

  • Weight: Heavy (10)
  • Acceleration: 1
  • Speed: 8 (in all environments)
  • Grip: 8
  • Handling: 3 (in all environments)
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Welcome back to This Week @ Shack, our regular roundup of news, commentary, video, guides, and any other notables.

The Call of Duty series has been on quite a ride. Since the massive success of Modern Warfare, Activision and its various development houses have taken it in a few different directions. It started out as modern, or at least conspiratorial near-future complete with input from real futurists. More recently it veered hard into sci-fi, most recently resulting in Saving Space-Private Ryan, also known as Infinite Warfare. Whether this move was good or bad depended on your perspective and interest in sci-fi, but it was clear that Call of Duty had drifted far afield from its origins.

Remember, the series was named for a part of the phrase in the official description for Medal of Honor recipients. It was very consciously responding to another shooter set in World War 2, with the kind of hero-worship reserved for The Greatest Generation. On that note, let's take a moment to reflect that this is a group that we nicknamed "The Greatest Generation." It was a simpler formula, giving players a virtual look at the war that we all agree was justified and righteous. 

So when Activision announced Call of Duty was going back to its roots, we kind of all knew what was coming. What was slightly more surprising was how straight they're playing it. No lofty title or pandering to our sense of the noble war. It's just "WWII." You could practically have named it after the setting, or just said, "Call of Duty: Yeah We Know." 

I'll reserve some judgment about the game itself until I see it. The near- and far-future settings afforded Activision's studios a lot of creative freedom to reach outside the confines of actual military hardware, but video game engines and tech have come a long way since the series has featured Nazis. We may find that having a standard set of tools to replicate forces them to innovate in other ways. 

Either way, we're relatively sure we'll be shooting Nazis, and that doesn't really get old.

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In each Super League’s Minecraft City Champs gaming session, players compete against other City Clubs in seven different Minecraft game modes on the big screen. To emerge as one of the top City Clubs, players in each City Club will need to work together and devise thoughtful strategies to earn the most points for their team.

This guide offers a rundown of all seven game modes in Minecraft City Champs and what players must do to achieve victory as a team. Winning each game mode requires a balance of teamwork, strategy, and creative thinking.Minecraft City Champs Game Modes

Before we give our tips for winning, you’ll first need to know what each game mode is all about. Players will play through seven Minecraft game modes during each Minecraft City Champs play session. We have several tips listed under each game mode overview below to help players achieve success during the main event.

Zombies

At its core, Minecraft is essentially a zombie survival game, which is why the Zombies game mode should be a natural fit for any experienced Minecraft player.

The Zombies game mode puts player’s survival skills to the test by making them survive endless waves of Zombies and other Minecraft monsters for as long as possible. The longer you survive, the more points you earn. The team that clears the highest wave of Zombies and earns the most points in the given time limit wins.

The goal in Zombies is to survive for as long as possible. Players can revive fallen allies in the area, so it’s important to stick together and work to slay Zombies as a team. As players survive each wave, new doors will unlock, allowing players to access better items for survival.

Tips:

  • Always stay close by your teammates so you can revive one another when necessary.
  • Keep your killstreak going by staying alive so that you can gain better items.
  • The Zombies get progressively smarter after each wave. Don’t underestimate your enemies!

Workshop TNT

Workshop TNT is all about building, teamwork, and explosions! In this game mode, teams are given access to endless Creative Mode resources and an open plot of land to build a massive TNT launcher. The goal is to create an explosive device that will destroy as much of your target as possible. The team that destroys the most target blocks with their explosive device wins.

Since building is the focus of Workshop TNT, players won’t have to worry about combat. Players who know their way around a redstone circuit get to flex their creative muscle in this explosive game mode.

Tips:

  • Pack your launcher with as much TNT as possible. The more TNT you load into your cannon, the farther it will fire and the more target blocks it will destroy.
  • Need some inspiration? There’s a pre-made example located near your plot of land to help give you an idea of what to build.

Walls

The Walls game mode features a blend of both offensive and defensive gameplay. In Walls, each team has a Crystal that they must protect at all costs. To defend their Crystal, players must build up their defenses using traps, walls, and other items. At the same time, players must also try to damage the enemy team’s Crystal as much as possible before time runs out. The team whose Crystal receives the least amount of damage wins.

To get the best offensive and defensive items, players will need to kill Pigmen in their team’s underground dungeon in order to gain emeralds that can be traded for better items. Teams are given a limited amount of time at the start of each round to gather resources and build their defensive structures.

Tips:

  • Emeralds are the key to better resources. Kill as many Pigmen as possible in your dungeon so that you can exchange them for the best items.
  • Work to your strengths. If you are particularly good at building, help your team build the best defensive setup to protect your Crystal. If you’re better at PvP, use your offensive skills to deal damage to the enemy Crystal.
  • Watch out for enemy traps!

Soccer

Hope you’ve got some block-shaped cleats! In the Soccer game mode, players must compete in a three-round mini soccer tournament. Just like regular soccer, teams score points by kicking the soccer ball into the opponent’s net. The team that has won the most rounds at the end of the tournament wins.

Tips:

  • Double jump by pressing the spacebar twice. The double jump also propels you forward, which can come in handy when you want to get across the map quickly.
  • Keep your goal protected. If you see a majority of your team making an offensive push, hang back a bit to ensure your goalie has some extra defensive support.

Domination

Domination works similarly to how it does in other multiplayer games. The goal is to capture designated territories on the map and hold them for as long as possible. At the start of the Domination battle, players must choose between five playable Heroes, each of which have special powers and abilities.

The capture process takes about 12 seconds, and during this time, players must fight off any enemies who may be trying to intervene. Teams can earn points faster by seizing multiple territories throughout the map.

Like a virtual tug-of-war, the enemy team will be attempting to secure your capture points from under you while conquering their own territories as well. The team with the highest score at the end of the time limit wins, so you must secure as many capture points as possible.

Tips:

  • Travel with teammates when heading to a capture point location. Strength in numbers!
  • Stay close to your captured territory to fend off any incoming enemy players.
  • Choose a Hero based on which abilities you think would be best for defending a capture point.

Mayhem

In Mayhem, players must fend for themselves in an all-out Minecraft battle royale. The goal is to fight and defeat as many opponents as possible to earn points. Mayhem also includes super masks that allow players to transform into a notable Minecraft Hero. The team with the highest amount of kill points at the end of the time limit wins.

Tips:

  • The longer you stay alive, the more points you earn for each kill. Be aggressive, but stay cautious as well.
  • Use the map to your advantage by running up obstacles or platforms to dodge opponents who are after you.
  • Don’t be too trusting. You might get a diamond axe in your back!

Crystal Crater

The seventh game mode in Minecraft City Champs is called Crystal Crater. In this mode, players must try to keep their team’s reactor energized while also attempting to damage the enemy team’s reactor. Players wield a Stun Blaster that is meant to damage enemy reactors and stun enemy players.

To keep the reactor running, players need to gather Crystals from the reactor arena in the center of the map and bring them back to the reactor at their base. While collecting Crystals sounds easy, there is one catch: only one player on a team can carry a Crystal at a time. The team that maintains their reactor’s energy the longest or is the last team standing with an energized reactor wins.

Tips:

  • Since only one player on a team can carry Crystals at a time, it’s important to communicate with teammates to determine who that player is going to be.
  • When a teammate goes to collect a Crystal, make sure some teammates stay back to defend the Crystal.
  • Be ready to stun enemy players who are trying to collect Crystals to interrupt their efforts.

Aside from Mayhem, communication plays a key role in each of the Minecraft City Champs game modes. It’s important for players to converse and strategize with teammates around them in the auditorium so that everyone is on the same page.

While strategy is important, the key to winning each game mode is to keep an open mind and have fun. Minecraft has always been a great tool for creativity, and this only gets better when playing with other like-minded players. Follow the tips listed for each game mode to ensure your team comes out on the top of the Super League City Champs leaderboard.

City Champs Minecraft Locations

City Champs Minecraft events will be held in multiple cities over the coming months. Head over to the City Champs Minecraft event page for details on the dates and times for each city’s gaming sessions. The participating theaters and locations are as follows:

Cinemark Playa Vista and XD12746 W Jefferson Blvd #3190, Los Angeles, CA 90094

Cinemark Paradise 2415601 Sheridan St, Davie, FL 33331

Cinemark Seven Bridges and IMAX6500 IL-53, Woodridge, IL 60517

Cinemark 17 and IMAX Theatre11819 Webb Chapel Rd, Dallas, TX 75234

Cinemark Memorial City HoustonMemorial City Mall, 310 Memorial City Way, Houston, TX 77024

Redwood Downtown 20 and XD The Old Spaghetti Factory, 825 Middlefield Rd, Redwood City, CA 94063

Century 16 BoulderTwenty Ninth Street Mall, 1700 29th St., Boulder, CO 80301

Century 16 Santa Fe Station4949 N Rancho Dr. Las Vegas, NV 89130

iPic RedmondRedmond Town Center, 16541 NE 74th St, Redmond, WA 98052

iPic Fulton Market11 Fulton St New York, NY 10038

Showcase Cinema de Lux, Patriot Place Patriot Place, 24 Patriot Pl. Foxborough, MA 2035

Harkins Theatres SanTan Village 16 SanTan Village, 2298 E Williams Field Rd, Gilbert, AZ 85296

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