Call of Duty rules the weekend!

29 04 2014

This Cinco de Mayo weekend will be overtaken with Call of Duty events from the likes of AZHP Gaming and Alphashooters. Ranbats and tournaments will be the selection for gamers aside from all the regular celebrations happening in state. Read the rest of this entry »

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This weekend: AlphaShooters, Joysticks, and Zapcon

9 04 2014

 

As the temperatures heat up outside, there’s plenty of reason to stay in and enjoy the AC with this weekends’ events courtesy of AlphaShooters, FilmBar and Zapcon. Read the rest of this entry »





This weekend: Alpha Shooter, AZHP, and Arcade ’85

27 03 2014

Looks like the newest venue on the block, Alpha Shooters, is offering a lot more to players than before, while AZHP Gaming continues their ranbats, and a golden oldie returns! Read the rest of this entry »





All-nighters, bootcamps and a call to tournament organizers!

24 09 2013

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Fall has officially begun and tournament season is still going strong with a new set of ranbats and events for all this weekend. Read the rest of this entry »





FPS craziness in store this weekend

9 07 2013

For those of us suffering from a holiday hangover from too much time off and little desire to get back to work, there’s hope from the likes of Fix and Play and AZHP Gaming with tournaments to get us back on track. Read the rest of this entry »





Get your post-E3 recovery through multiple tournaments this weekend

18 06 2013

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Now that the insanity of E3 has finally settled down, it’s time to get back to the important gaming that we all know and love. The likes of Fix & Play, Microsoft Gamers, and LAN Speed Games plan to carry us off out E3 euphoria with a couple of events this weekend. Read the rest of this entry »





Keith Abbott Talks Future Plans For Euphoria Gaming

24 01 2012

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The past year has seen many local groups rise to the occasion and provide a vast array of tournaments for the Arizona gaming community. Keith Abbott, founder of Euphoria Gaming, is no different in this respect and spoke with The Pause Button on the groups’ hopes and plans for 2012.

As Euphoria Gaming plows into 2012 with their Super Marvel Madness finale on Saturday, as well as several planned free tournaments, the group has alot of potential to grow and change within the coming months.

Abbott first founded his own gaming group, Euphoria Gaming, in 2010 in an effort to support and flourish a West Valley gaming scene. He started off by hosting small tournament gatherings at a local shop called GameTag in Litchfield Park. The competitions began to receive good receptions and Abbott decided to pursue more.
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