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London GamingCon announced

Feb 17 // Hollie Bennett

With rumors of PAX UK flying around over the last few days, it is great news to announce that another UK-based gaming convention will be taking place. London GamingCon will be happening in Holloway Road, London, November 26th and 27th. 

Unlike other events where the focus is mainly on gaming news and releases, London GamingCon is a fan run event that looks to simply bring fans together to do what we do best -- play games. London GamingCon will feature tournaments and gaming zones for handheld, retro, LAN, fighting, Dance Dance Revolution and table top, as well as guests, talks, parties, exhibitors and live music with the event running from 11:00am to 1:00am. 

Naturally Dtoid Europe will be in attendance, and I actively encourage you all to attend, especially if you are already a part of Dtoid Europe, or someone who just wants to meet up with some awesome Internet friends. These events are the perfect place to meet like-minded people, and tickets for London GamingCon are available from their website with discounts for buying in advance; all attendees must be over 18.


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