Resonate Total Gaming is partnering with Currys PC World and epic.LAN for its upcoming event in Glasgow, the festival announced through a press release.
From October 19 to 21, Resonate Total Gaming takes over the SEC Glasgow to celebrate the biggest Scottish gaming festival. In collaboration with Currys PC World and epic.LAN, the event is hosting competitions for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Rocket League.
As a sponsor, Currys PC World is opening its own arena where visitors can play two of the most popular games of the year, Fortnite and Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. Some competitions may require the players to pre-register, and other are organised on-the-day.
Jon Winkle, epic.LAN managing director 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.”
The ASUS Republic of Gamers Bus is making a stop at Resonate Total Gaming. The travelling PC gaming experience is packed with the latest ASUS products for visitors to try out.
Lyndsey McElwee, event manager at Resonate 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.”
Other activities at the event include escape rooms, an interactive zone for games’ launches, and the retro-zone. Aspiring game developers can book the Young Designer Workshops by BAFTA, the workshop is free of charge.
Esports Insider says: The event is bringing a complete gaming experience to Glasgow. Players can visit the booths, join the workshops and play on stage. For young aspiring players, this could the beginning of their careers. Events like Resonate Total Gaming are necessary to encourage the next generation.