World Series of Video Games & new flier
June 25, 2007
Just received the latest flier and it's great! I wish all the logos would show up here, but they don't so just enjoy the copy. Now doesn't this make you want to participate? I hope so! That's all for now. Stuff to do...
Rock the Park
The World Series of Video
Games Presented by Intel
Kick Off Party!
Play Guitar Hero IITM
Sign up at GameStop today for
Ages 13 and over
Thursday, June 28 12 noon to 6pm
Friday, June 29 12 noon to 5pm
Level ll - AMC Lobby
Just want to watch the fun?
Sign up for Drawings and Giveaways
500 WSVG tickets given away each day
Join The Edge on Friday from 2-4pm
Winner skips the open competition to become
1 of 32 at the Dallas World Series of Video
Games Presented by Intel preliminaries taking
place July 5-8, 2007 at the Gaylord Texan Resort.
Pre-tournament begins Thursday, June 28 from noon to 6 p.m. with finals
on Friday, June 29 from noon to 5 p.m. The tournament is held outside
AMC NorthPark 15 ticket offices on Level Two. The winner of the NorthPark
Center tournament, Guitar Hero II Rocks the Park, will skip the open and jump
straight to the top 32 of the Dallas World Series of Video Games Presented by
Intel taking place at the Gaylord Texan Resort in Grapevine, TX July 5-8, 2007.
Compete to win $7,500 prize money!
Even if you don’t play, come experience the excitement and enjoy great
giveaways including tickets to the World Series of Video Games Presented by
Intel where you can watch players compete in World of Warcraft, Guitar Hero II,
Fight Night Round 3, and Quake 4, and the rest of your favorite titles. Jump into
the crowd, cheer, and get your face on camera while we film for CBS Sports.
Compete for $90,000 in prizes!
Rock the Park Giveaways
adidas Originals, Skechers, Paciugo Italian Gelato, Thirsty’s, Chick-fil-A, Sonic,
GameStop, Great American Cookies, Tin Star Taco Bar, Snappy Salads,
Starbucks, Auntie Anne’s, Famous Famiglia, AND MORE!
The World Series of Video Games is the world’s premier video game
tournament circuit. The 2006 tournament attracted more than 90,000
attendees, produced 250 hours of broadband video, and 20 hours of nationally
broadcast programming led by CBS. For more information, visit