If your gamer loves Minecraft, then wait until you tell them that they can PLAY MINECRAFT ON THE BIG SCREEN! Super League Gaming, the world’s first in-theater recreational video game league, will let your kids take their love of gaming beyond your living room walls and onto the silver screen. This is the little league experience for gamers! It’s fun, social and kids get to be part of a local organization celebrating their passion and skills.
Starting March 11 and running for four consecutive Saturdays, kids can play Minecraft in Super League’s City Champs, an event taking place in a dozen cities across the country. Your child’s creativity, critical thinking and teamwork will be put to the test at each event. During City Champs Qualifiers, players will vie to earn a spot in the Playoffs. Players can participate in as many Qualifier events as they wish — the top two scores will count toward ranking and determine who advances to the Playoffs, starting later this spring.
Players are forced to think, make choices, and use logic to complete goals within the game. Super League encourages teamwork and playing Minecraft helps develop skills like reading, organization, planning, and problem solving.
Super League City Champs will offer gamers 17 and younger 90 minutes of big-screen gaming in White Plains at City Center 15: Cinema de Lux, located at 237 Martine Ave. The first of four theater events will take place Saturday, March 11, and continue through April 1, from 10:30am to 12:30pm.
For tickets and more info, please visit SuperLeague.com.