Feb 19, 2011– Richmond Hill, New York - Outbreak Youth and DualShockers have come together for a videogame fundraising event on February 19 th, 2011. The event will help bring a positive influence to the urban youth in the community. The event has also garnered the support of Mad Catz, SEGA and ASTRO Gaming, and their contributions to this worthy cause.
The event will be located on 87-47 111th Street, Richmond Hill, New York, and doors will open at 10am. Video Game Day 2011 will have a $5 cover charge to play games for the whole entire day.
Videogame tournaments for the day include Call of Duty Black Ops, Halo: Reach and Marvel vs. Capcom 3. Prizes will be given to all the winners of the three tournaments. The event will also include games outside of the main tournaments for those who seek to simply have a good time with fellow gamers.
For more information, tournament details or to sign up, you can go to www.dualshockers.com, or head on over to the event page http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=131617070235007.
About Outbreak Youth Ministries
We live in a world where the popular and easy are being imitated by our young people. As cliché as it seems, in short, they want to be like what they see on television. Our teens want to be accepted, and unfortunately, some will do what it takes to be accepted from what are small things, such as talking like everyone else (cursing, impure jokes, etc.) all the way to joining gangs, having sex, or partaking in many other supposedly“normal” actions for life. This is a crucial time in their lives as it was for all of us at one point. Outbreak Youth Ministries’ mission is to reach the urban population in our community by faithfully living, loving, serving and sharing.
DualShockers is the brainchild of two passionate gaming journalists from New York City, Yaris Gutierrez and Joel Taveras. The name does not represent any allegiance to a particular videogame console (or its controller), the name was chosen because it describes what we aim to do: shock the video game journalism industry. The mainstream gaming media as a whole has become bland, predictable, and full of profit driven bias. Smaller sites (the heart and soul of the industry) are becoming polluted with flamebait, rumors, and fanboyism. We don’t want to be part of either. At this site you will only read real gamer news, real gamer reviews and real gamer editorials. All of which will be garnished with some good ol’ New York City attitude. Prepare to be shocked, ladies and gentlemen.