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Outlast 2 is a survival horror game, so to maintain the atmosphere, you will be playing in the dark often. It will be difficult to see, and if you want to survive, which is of course part of the game, then you will need to learn how to find batteries for your camcorder and use them in a way that won't drain them quickly. Here are the basics:

Finding Batteries

Since these are a key resource in Outlast 2, you will be able to find them throughout the areas you will be exploring. But you should try to explore thoroughly so you don't leave any of the valuable commodities behind. Why are they so important? They give the juice to your camcorder for its night vision and sound tracking abilities.

Much like bandages, you will be looking for glowing items on tables or the ground in various buildings. If it has a door, or a space where one should go, open it and check for the glow. Power to the camcorder is essential for staying alive and completing the game so leave no spot unexplored. When you find them, the next key is to not wear them out to quickly.

Make Your Batteries Last

This is important: Don't use the night vision and sound tracking abilities of your camcorder as a lazy way to get through the game or you'll be spending a lot of time in the dark while you find more batteries. In areas that are fairly well lit, keep the night vision off. And sound-tracking uses more battery life than nigh vision so keep it off by default and only turn it on when needed. There is no worse feeling than coming to an area where you really need one of those abilities and the camcorder has little or no battery to do it.

Some areas of the world have torch light or campfires, so remember to power down nightvision when you are around those. Some villagers even use flashlights, so you can use those to see what they see if you are careful. But don't be afraid to use nigh vision if you think a trap is right around the corner.

The good news is that enemies can't see your night vision light, but it will still be essential to monitor how you use the camcorder so that you have plenty of battery life, and extra batteries in your inventory to get you through the toughest - and darkest - locations.

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Outlast 2 can be played in a variety of ways, and if you are good at stealth, then you probably won't find too much use for this guide. But if you like to go without much of a care if you get seen or not, then you should know how to take care of the wounds that you will invariably get. Here, we talk about bandages, how to use them and where to find them.

When to Heal

It's easy, actually. Since you don;t have a health bar, it is easy to just play and forget about it. But when you do get a warning, usually after one hit from an enemy that makes you bleed, you'll need to pay attention. Sharp weapons will make you bleed, making the enemies wielding them the most dangerous. If you see one, seriously consider hiding. Every time you need to heal, you'l get a visual cue on the screen.

Finding Bandages

This is actually fairly simple. Just look for glowing items, usually inside open first aid boxes. As you go through the game, scavenging them becomes a bit more difficult, so you'll want to try to play it safe as much as possible. If you do get severely wounded because of a silly mistake, just let yourself die rather than wasting your precious bandage resources. Save them for a time when you really need them and hiding isn't an option. You may have to reload some saves, but in the end, it will be worth it.

Shacknews - Asif Khan

Earnings Season is here for investors. Check out these upcoming important earnings release dates for video game companies.

I have recently written articles about technical (chart-based) analysis of stock movements, but today I want to focus on fundamental (financial results) analysis of stocks. Earnings releases are the 4 most important days for many stocks during the year. Companies discloses information on how they performed in the previous quarter and in some cases provide an outlook or guidance on how they expect to do going forward.

Stocks move with a lot more volatility before and after earnings releases. It is important to know when a stock you own, or potentially want to invest in, reports their financial results. I have provided a wide range of companies that have their hands in the video game industry. This list includes retailers like GameStop, websites with gaming platforms like Facebook and Google, as well as consumer electronics conglomerates like Apple and Sony. The list also includes GPU and CPU manufacturers like AMD, NVIDIA, and Intel. International stocks like Ubisoft and Konami are included in this list with US ADRs (American depositary receipts) included when possible. This is going to be our Game Trader coverage universe going forward. Please let me know if you think a company should be added to the list.

You will see an Investor Relations link under each company's name. That is the best place to find the earnings release of your stock on the day of their earnings release. It is important for investors to understand that a company many report great results and still have their stock drop on the news. This is largely due to expectations of the stock being higher than the results. A useful place to look up your company's earnings expectations is EarningsWhispers.com. As always, I highly recommend Investopedia to anyone with questions regarding fundamental analysis.

Activision Blizzard

Earnings Release Date: 5/4/17

Stock Symbol: ATVI

Activision Blizzard, Inc. Investor Relations website

Apple

Earnings Release Date: 5/2/17

Stock Symbol: AAPL

Apple Inc. Investor Relations website

Amazon

Earnings Release Date: 4/27/17

Stock Symbol: AMZN

Amazon.com, Inc. Investor Relations website

AMD

Earnings Release Date: 5/1/17

Stock Symbol: AMD

Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. Investor Relations website

Capcom

Earnings Release Date: 4/27/17

Stock Symbol: 9697 (JPN)

Capcom Co., Ltd. Investor Relations website

EA

Earnings Release Date: 5/9/17

Stock Symbol: EA

Electronic Arts Inc. Investor Relations website

Facebook

Earnings Release Date: 5/3/17

Stock Symbol: FB

Facebook, Inc. Investor Relations website

GameStop

Earnings Release Date: 5/24/17

Stock Symbol: GME

GameStop Corp. Investor Relations website

Google

Earnings Release Date: 4/27/17

Stock Symbol: GOOGL 

Alphabet Inc. Investor Relations website

Intel

Earnings Release Date: 4/27/17

Stock Symbol: INTC

Intel Corporation Investor Relations website

Konami

Earnings Release Date: 5/11/17

Stock Symbol: 9766 (JPN)

Konami Holdings Corporation Investor Relations website

Microsoft

Earnings Release Date:  4/27/17

Stock Symbol: MSFT

Microsoft Corporation Investor Relations website

Nintendo

Earnings Release Date: 4/27/17

Stock Symbol: NTDOY (US) 7974 (JPN)

Nintendo Co., Ltd. Investor Relations website

NVIDIA

Earnings Release Date: 5/9/17

Stock Symbol: NVDA

NVIDIA Corporation Investor Relations website

Sony

Earnings Release Date: 4/28/17

Stock Symbol: SNE (US) 6758 (JPN)

Sony Corporation Investor Relations website

Take Two Interactive

Earnings Release Date: 5/16/17

Stock Symbol: TTWO

Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. Investor Relations website

Ubisoft

Earnings Release Date: 5/16/17

Stock Symbol: UBI.PA (France)

Ubisoft Entertainment SA Investor Relations website

Zynga

Earnings Release Date: 5/4/17

Stock Symbol: ZNGA

Zynga Inc. Investor Relations website


Full Disclosure:

At the time of this article, Asif A. Khan, his family members, and/or his company Virtue LLC had the following positions:

Long Apple via AAPL stock and options

Long GameStop via GME stock and options

Long Nintendo via NTDOY ADR

Shacknews - John Keefer

If you could stream PC games on the Nintendo Switch, would you? A new company called Rainway is betting you would, and is creating an app to let you do just that. And you can probably bet Nintendo has speed-dialed the lawyers, despite Rainway's assurances that Nintendo will let the app on the eShop.

Rainway's app, which bypasses porting games in favor of streaming directly from your PC to the Switch,  promises a "pain-free setup," with the app "configuring your network and securing your connection so the only thing you have to worry about is playing your games." The only requirement is a DirectX 11 GPU.

There aren't many other details on the site, but user codeusasoft of Borderless Gaming said on reddit that he is building the app and that it "will work on all GPUs and have support for streaming to your web browser, phone (iOS/Android), Xbox and Nintendo switch." He is expecting a beta next month.

The real surprise is that he said that Nintendo will be putting it on the eShop. If this is indeed true, that seems to be a major departure from Nintendo's previous position of only wanting approved software, in this case Switch-only games, on its hardware. Rainway would also be the first approved non-gaming app for the Switch.

Treat the news with a healthy dose of skepticism for now, at least until we can get more details on the app itself and an official comment from Nintendo. Streaming PC games has been a touchy proposition, let alone making this type of venture profitable. If it does make it to launch, playing games like Overwatch, The Witcher 3, or Final Fantasy 15 could be incredibly entertaining. 

 

Shacknews - John Keefer

In the world of money grabs, Nvidia has kicked off pre-orders for its next incremental upgrade of its top-end GPU, the Titan Xp. The good news is that the company dropped it $149 from its original MSRP. The bad news it's still $1,200 even with the cut.

Nvidia revealed the card and its specifications earlier this month, and now the card looks ready for prime time as the official site says it will ship within three days of an order. The card is an upgrade over the 1080 Ti, but marginally so, and definitely not worth almost two times the price. There's always a bit of inflated cost on those who must have the absolute latest hardware, but we're struggling to see such a large markup is worthwhile.

Here's a chart we previously ran (courtesy of Guru3D), but only focused on the differences:

Reference GeForceTitan XpGTX 1080 Ti
GPU GP102-450-A1 GP102-350-A1
CUDA Cores 3,840 3,584
SMMs / SMXs 30 28
Memory Clock 2850 MHz 2752 MHz
Memory Size 12 GB 11 GB
Memory Bus 384-bit 352-bit
Memory Bandwidth 548 GB/s 484 GB/s
FP Performance 12.0 TFLOPS 11.5 TFLOPS
Launch MSRP ref $1349 $699

Oh, one caveat. You can only buy two from Nvidia. They must be expecting a run on them.

I put one in my cart, but then left the store. I'll let them put it back on the shelf.

Shacknews - John Keefer

Call of Duty: WW2 and Battlefield 1 took some serious heat for the total lack of creativity in naming the next version of their flagship franchises. But some games titles in a series usually demand that they follow a numerical sequence, to give players an idea that the new game is a next installment. Enter Jackbox Games to follow that formula, taking a shot at the big boys at the same time.

The company revealed Jackbox Party Pack 4 with the kind of verbal swipe that any troll would love. "Here at Jackbox games, we try to be unpredictable," Jackbox said in a blog post. "Sure, every entry in our critically-acclaimed series of party game collections has included the words “The Jackbox Party Pack,” but each one has a completely different number at the end. So, when we decided to make a new one this year, we rolled our twenty-sided die as usual. It landed on two, but we did that one already. So, after nine more re-rolls, we are excited to announce The Jackbox Party Pack 4, coming to major digital marketplaces this Fall!"

Yep, Jackbox offering more creativity in one paragraph than both of the marketing departments at Activision and Electronic Arts combined. Huzzah!

In taking the wraps off the new party pack, Jackbox unveiled that Fibbage would be back (with a 3 at the end), with even more trivia options meant to engage gullible people. 

More info will be coming later on the game, hopefully in the same clever fashion.

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Does your child love to play Minecraft for hours on end, but you have hardly a clue as to what the game is all about? Don’t worry. Minecraft is not only fun, but it can be educational as well. We constructed this brief outline of what Minecraft is and what it can teach kids to help bring you up to speed on this latest gaming craze.

Minecraft 101

What is Minecraft?

In 2011, parents all over the world started noticing their children moving from constructing miniature buildings with toy blocks on the living room floor to creating entire castles in virtual space. In Minecraft, players are able to step into a world of endless possibilities, a world where they were not burdened by space and resources.  

Minecraft is a sandbox construction game that puts players in a procedurally generated world where they can construct, create, and experiment in a 3D world environment. In other words, players are given infinite space to build to their hearts’ content.  

Because of Minecraft’s vast scope, it can be overwhelming for many parents who may not be familiar it.  It also doesn’t help that children and adults alike have been feverishly creating elaborate constructions in Minecraft for several years now. Mojang, the developers of the game, have been updating Minecraft since its launch in 2011, making the game more mechanically complex as time goes on.  But don’t worry!  Although the game itself can become very complex, there are only a few basic things that you should know about Minecraft.

Minecraft is comprised of five major game modes: Survival, Creative, Adventure, Spectator, and Hardcore (not to be confused with the seven unique Minecraft game modes featured in the Super League City Champs Minecraft event). While each of these primary game modes has its merits, you only need to understand two of them to get a fundamental understanding of Minecraft: Survival and Creative mode.  The other three modes are iterations and variations of these two.

Survival Mode

In Survival mode, the player is placed in a randomly generated world. The goal is simple: survive. Because you start with nothing, players must learn to create torches, make a shelter, create weapons for protection, and ensure you don’t go hungry. You do all this by gathering materials and crafting items out of specific formulae patterns. 

There is an internal game logic for how crafting works.  In order to make a torch, you must follow a crafting recipe to combine a single wooden stick with a single piece of coal. However, in order to make a proper stick, you must combine two wooden planks.  But how does one get coal?  You need to mine for cobblestone and put it in a furnace.  However, in order to mine for cobblestone you need a pickaxe. To craft a makeshift pickaxe, one needs more sticks. Players must learn this system to make use of the resources they gather to create new items for survival. Nearly everything in the game can be broken down into smaller parts or combined to construct different things.  

Crafting and building can’t be done on an empty stomach. Minecraft has robust farming and cooking systems in which you hunt and domesticate animals, plant crops, etc.  You also can’t do this without protection. There’s a day/night cycle in Minecraft that constrains a player’s survival capabilities. At night, monsters come out seeking to destroy you and whatever it is you have wrought. Thus, most hunting and gathering must be done during the day. 

Creative Mode

Creative mode, on the other hand, is where Minecraft truly shines. It’s the ultimate virtual sandbox experience and is what draws many creatively-minded players to Minecraft in the first place. Crafting is no longer a requirement in this mode, because every resource in the game is available to you, and in unlimited quantity to boot.  It is in Creative mode when players can create whatever they desire, only to be limited by their own imaginations.

What Minecraft Can Teach Kids

Minecraft is inherently academic in nature, teaching kids the fundamental principles of geometry, engineering, and even chemistry. There is an elaborate system in Minecraft called Redstone, which essentially teaches kids how electrical circuits work using wires, switches, and currents. Minecraft offers a unique environment where kids can learn spatial orientation and how to bring ideas to life in a 3D space.

Creativity is also a core feature of Minecraft. Kids are playing with virtual blocks that allow them to essentially create any structure they can think of. During the Super League Minecraft event, kids can have the amazing opportunity to see their own creations displayed live on the big screen. It’s like playing with Legos, only you don’t have to worry about buying more toys or stepping on stray blocks on the floor!

The benefits of Minecraft are only enhanced when children can interact with other kids who share the same passion for the game that they do. Kids can work together to combine ideas and create even better structures. The Super League City Champs Minecraft event offers children all the benefits of Minecraft plus the added bonus of meeting new friends and collaborating with teammates. The Super League encourages teamwork and sportsmanship while allowing kids to play their favorite game.

Now that you know what Minecraft is all about, you should be much more prepared to root for your child when they compete in the next Super League City Champs event near you. Visit SuperLeague.com for ticket information and details.

City Champs Minecraft Locations

Super League 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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During each Super League City Champs gameplay session, kids get to play Minecraft on the big screen while competing in a series of designated game modes. We put together a brief overview of the event schedule so that parents and players can know what to expect from the average City Champs Minecraft event. 

Super League City Champs Event Schedule

The Super League City Champs competition consists of three 90-minute Minecraft gameplay sessions, with a possible fourth session for those who qualify for The Grand Final. There are seven Minecraft game modes that participants are scheduled to compete in throughout each gameplay session. 

10:15 - Auditorium Doors Open, “Lobby” Starts

Upon entering the auditorium, kids can take their seats in the movie theater, meet new friends, strategize about specific game modes, and load up Minecraft on their laptops. 

10:40 - Competitive gameplay starts; players must be in their seats.

Players will have just under half an hour to get acquainted with their new teammates and take their seats. Kids will need to be in their seats and ready to play by this time. For details on each of the seven Minecraft game modes at the City Champs competition, head over to our tips guide. 

10:45 - Mayhem Game Mode 

The Mayhem game mode is a Minecraft free-for-all battle royale where players must defeat opponents to earn as many points as possible. The round lasts about 10 minutes.

10:55 - Domination Game Mode 

In Domination, players must work as a team to secure and hold capture points for as long as possible. Holding multiple territories for an extended time is key to this game mode. Domination will also last for about 10 minutes.

11:05 - Workshop Game Mode

The Workshop game mode is all about building and creativity. Players must work together with other kids on their team to construct a redstone device that launches TNT at a fixed target. The more blocks they destroy on the target, the higher their score will be. Workshop lasts for 15 minutes.

11:20 - Soccer Game Mode

The Soccer game mode in Minecraft works the same way it does in real life. Kids will have a little over 10 minutes to kick a soccer ball into the opponent’s net and score points. Double jumping with spacebar is the key for getting across the field quickly in this fast-paced game mode.

11:32 - Walls Game Mode

You’re halfway through the event! In Walls, kids must utilize both offensive and defensive strategies to protect their team’s Crystal from enemy attacks. Players must work together to quickly build up defenses around their Crystal using walls and traps before engaging in battle. Once battle begins, they must attempt to attack the enemy Crystal while keeping opponents away from their own. 

11:47 - Crystal Crater Game Mode

In Crystal Crater, kids must try to collect small crystals from a central arena and bring it back to the reactor in their base to keep it energized. Each player has a Stun Blaster that can be used to slow down opponents and damage the reactor of the enemy team. Crystal Crater requires a lot of strategy, so kids will need to communicate with their teammates to keep their team’s reactor energized.  

11:57 - Zombies Game Mode

To finish off the day, participants will play the Zombies game mode. This will run for at least 15 minutes at the end of each City Champs gaming session. Zombies puts the children’s survival skills to the test as they fight off hordes of Zombies over several rounds. Kids will have to stick together and revive each other if they want to stay alive and earn better items. 

12:12 - Gameplay Ends, Leaderboard

Each City Champs gameplay event wraps up a little after 12 p.m. noon. Kids will pack up and reflect on the day, hopefully returning with new strategies and friendships going into future event sessions. 

12:30 - Auditorium Clear

The City Champs event ends at 12:30 p.m. Time to go home!

Players and event goers should be prepared for nearly two hours of fun gameplay and friendly competition during their time at the Super League City Champs Minecraft event. The City Champs competition offers an experience that kids will remember for a lifetime. To register your child for the Super League City Champs competition, head over to SuperLeague.com to buy tickets to a City Champs event near you. 

City Champs Minecraft Locations

Super League City Champs Minecraft events will be held in multiple cities over the coming months. Visit the City Champs Minecraft page for more details and to buy tickets. 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 - Steve Watts

In a development that's becoming oddly routine for Activsion, promotional materials appear to have given more details on Call of Duty: WW2 ahead of its official debut event. This time it's only a few minor details, including a likely release date.

The leak appeared on the game's dedicated subreddit (via Polygon). The release date is slated for Friday, November 3, which would fit with Call of Duty's typical November-Friday launches. Other details include an original story for the cooperative mode, and private beta access offered as a pre-order incentive. It also boasts what you'd expect from a Call of Duty game set in World War 2, like the Normandy invasion, war on the European front, and "the bonds of camaraderie."

It all seems of-a-type for a Call of Duty game that promised to go back to its roots, even if the name sounds what a player would Google if they couldn't remember the actual title. Activision and developer Sledgehammer Games are planning a livestream event this Wednesday, where we'll likely see these details along with the first footage of the upcoming game.

So far all indications are that the companies are playing it safe by going back to familiar territory, but who knows? It has been almost a decade since the series took place in the World War 2, so there's plenty of room for it to explore new systems that have developed since then. At the very least, it will probably be the prettiest (and/or most horrific) Normandy invasion we've seen.

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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

Super League City Champs Minecraft events will be held in multiple cities over the coming months. Visit the City Champs Minecraft page for more details and to buy tickets. 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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