Here is something I haven’t shared before on my blog – my kids LOOOVE Minecraft! They love playing Minecraft on the weekends and at every spare minute they get. They set up appointments with their friends, playing in groups. They go to parties and play Minecraft with other kids. They build, explore, and gather. Knowing how much they like Minecraft I have found a great new event for them to go to – Minecraft Super League Gaming.
Now your family can play Minecraft in select movie theatres with Super League Gaming. Super League brings together gamers of all ages for a fun, social, face-to-face gameplay experience on the big screen with superhero themed maps and mods in a custom Minecraft adventure called, Rise of Heroes.
HOW IT WORKS
Bring your laptop with Minecraft 1.9.2 installed and play first-person on your computer and then you wirelessly connect to Super League’s server which puts you and everyone else in the movie theater’s gameplay up on the big screen. Parents and siblings can attend for free to watch and cheer their gamer on.
Your gamers will play, collaborate and socialize on teams with 4-7 members their own age as they build, battle and use their creativity and imagination. Super League even provides all the tech help and support making this a great family-friendly event.
THE LEAGUE ENCOURAGES SOCIAL CONNECTIONS & TEAMWORK
It’s all about teamwork and collaboration. Each player gets a free gaming t-shirt encouraging team building and camaraderie. There’s even an opportunity for the winning team to evenly split a college scholarship.
League starts April 30. Visit Superleague.com for a schedule of times and locations. Tickets are regularly priced $60. Use promo code “USFAMILY10” today for an exclusive $10 discount.
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Check out superleague.com to find a theatre near you.
Check out Super League in the news:
New York Times – http://nyti.ms/1KVZyq5
NPR – http://n.pr/1CBqY7u
Variety – http://bit.ly/1hCd778
Hollywood Reporter – http://bit.ly/1fet2YL
This is a sponsored post. We will be provided tickets free of charge for my kids to participate in this event, and when we are back, I will post a review about it.
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