Lucky's Lounge to host Virtual Reality eSports tournament in Las Vegas

Posted at 2:39 PM, Apr 09, 2019
and last updated 2019-04-09 17:43:48-04

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Lucky’s Lounge says it will host a Virtual Reality eSports tournament throughout the month of April for both seasoned gamers and VR newbies alike.

The local tavern is partnering with VR Arcade and Alienware to beta test eSports and give fans a taste of new developments in virtual reality gaming.

The gaming development team will test their tech at Lucky’s Jones location on 7345 S Jones Blvd. from 5 p.m. until 12 a.m. on April 12, 13, 26, and 27.

Gamers can test out multiple programs developed by Survios, such as: Sprint Vector, a multiplayer parkour racing game; Raw Data, a first-person action adventure; and Creed Rise to Glory, a pulse-pounding experience where users can rise through the ranks from an underdog to champion fighter.

Throughout each match-up of the evening, contestants named up to 3rd place will be awarded gift cards, free slot play and other swag.

Gamers with the highest score will get the chance to participate in the official VR Arcade’s eSports tournament at a later date.

Level One:
All-you-can-drink non-alcoholic beverages and energy drinks

Level Two:
Level one beverage package and 2 pitchers of guest’s choice beer

Level Three:
Level one beverage package and 1 bottle of guest’s choice liquor from a select list

Each package also includes food for up to 6 guests featuring a 2-topping pizza, 20 wings, garlic knots and large salad.

The event overlaps LVL UP EXPO coming to the Las Vegas Convention Center on April 26-29. LVL UP EXPO attendees will also receive a complimentary well drink or draft beer with expo badge.

Lucky’s happy hour is from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. and will be available during the tournaments.

For more information visit LuckysLoungeLV.com.