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Kings Island site for PiviP preview event

Don Helbig

Area Manager Digital Marketing - Kings Island

Twitter: @DonHelbig 

  

ESK Presents is hosting the first-ever PiviP tournament and gaming conference at Kings Island on May 18. The combination of the Kings Island park experience and high-energy gaming will create a unique experience for the video game community and park guests, making it unlike any other video game event. 

The event will be a preview and free to attend with park admission to Kings Island and will feature all of the components of a gaming conference, which includes: 

  • Collegiate Overwatch tournament as well as amateur tournaments for Fortnite, League of Legends, and Super Smash Brothers Ultimate.
  • Keynotes from and Meet & Greets with YouTube and Twitch personalities.
  • Cosplay photo opportunities.
  • Exhibitors and other surprises.

AllMid Esports Events is the esports tournament partner and will run and broadcast the PiviP tournaments and qualifiers. Players and teams will compete in community and collegiate supported qualifiers known as the Road to PiviP which take place over the months preceding May 18. These tournaments will lead to grand final matches at Kings Island for each featured game pitting masters against masters for prizes and glory.

Registration for qualifiers is open now online for each game at allmid.gg.

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