What do you get when you combine one hit video game, three major movie theater chains, and a whole bunch of kids with laptops? A new interactive gaming league called Super League Gaming.
It launched in Los Angeles this week and is slated to hit 23 cities nationwide over the summer, bringing the hit game "Minecraft" to a big screen match-up. Kids take their laptop to the theater and play in an interactive environment, using the movie screen as a bird's eye view of all the action.
Founders Jordan Maron, well-known as "CaptainSparklez" in the Minecraft world) and Brett Morris (parent to gamers) say the league is a great way for kids to get out of the house while still doing something they enjoy.
Events are taking place in major theater chains across Southern California. Find dates and sign up at www.SuperLeague.com. Tickets for each event are $20.
Super League Gaming brings 'Minecraft' to theaters
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