Hilliard, OH May 31, 2011–, the nation’s premier competitive video gaming site, will be touring with Level 22 Expo.  Operating the nation’s first traveling video game expo, Level 22 will begin its tour September 10&11, 2011 in Louisville, Kentucky.  With plans for a minimum of 50,000 square feet of space at each tour stop dedicated to tournament play, this partnership is poised for some big things.

Paybackgames is an online gaming site that operates competitive matches that are recorded and supervised by a Paybackgames official 24X7.  This allows players to avoid the cheating and tickets systems seen elsewhere on the internet.  All matches are ranked and, with over 2,000 competitive matches of Call of Duty ® under their belt, Paybackgames is the leader in this arena.  Combine this with their Pro Circuit Season One that was just announced and you can see that some very new and inventive ideas are their way to the world of gaming.  While details won’t be available until after E3, this is an exciting partnership that has many possibilities.

Level 22 Expo brings a national caliber video game expo and tournament to cities all over America.  By providing a large exhibit hall with tournaments, free play areas, motion gaming, product samples, panel discussion, and many other events, Level 22 Expo brings the expo to the gamers.  The tour begins in Louisville, Kentucky and is planned to continue to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Memphis, Tennessee later this year with many other cities in 2012.

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If you’d like more information on this subject, or to schedule an interview, please contact Level 22 Expo at 866-493-0945 or email

Craig Kaufman

Community Manager / Events Coordinator

Level 22 Expo


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