Much of that growth has to do with the students and their enthusiasm for gaming. But it also helps to know that companies have recognized their amazing efforts and have decided to throw support behind their hard work so that they can continue to grow.
The BCITSA LAN party took place this past Friday on March 22nd, 2013. Here’s our video coverage of the event in glorious HD…
It’s a short video, but in case you want to skip ahead…
(00:20) – Futurelooks interviews the organizers. Jakob Kwitkoski talks about the origins of the event and Dan Close talks about the growth of the event.
(01:12) – Futurelooks interviews Spencer Whitney from LANcouver about the upcoming event on the July 12 – 14th, 2013 weekend.
(o1:36) – Recognizing the support of GIGABYTE and ADATA Technology in keeping the Futurelooks Road Show going. We also show off our demo system co-built with BitFenix.
(03:20) – Futurelooks interviews Michael Kwan from MEGATechNews about their support of the BCITSA LAN party.
(03:46) – Futurelooks recognizes the support of prize sponsors including GIGABYTE, ADATA Technology, MEGATechNews and NCIX.
Thanks to great support from sponsors over the past year, the Futurelooks Road Show has grown and continues to bring the free swag, prizes, and a great level of enthusiasm to this and other great gaming events in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia. With continued support from returning sponsors such as GIGABYTE and new sponsors like ADATA Technology, plus support from great retailers like NCIX and our sister site, MEGATechNews, the Futurelooks Road Show continues to bring needed recognition to grass roots gaming events.
A big thanks goes out to all the volunteers and students at BCIT Burnaby Campus for putting on such a great event. We’ll see you at the next one!
You can find more coverage and photos of this event right here…
- Futurelooks Facebook Gallery – The BCITSA Spring LAN Party 2013
- MEGATechNews Facebook Gallery – BCITSA Spring LAN Party 2013 and Write Up
- NCIX Facebook Gallery – BCIT LAN
If you have an event coming up in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia, Canada that supports PC Gaming or Video Games in general, tell us about it in the comments. We’ll see if the Futurelooks Road Show can make a stop. If it’s outside the Lower Mainland, tell us about it anyway so we have you on our radar =)