Event


Sixty Six Games Esports Tournament presented by State Farm


Central Illinois’ first sanctioned League of Legends tournament!

Taking place at Grossinger Motors Arena, the Sixty Six Games Esports Tournament presented by State Farm will feature both a college/open tournament and a high-school only tournament. Both are double elimination, best of 3.

The mission of the Sixty Six Games Esports Tournament is to provide a competitive, professionally-conducted esports tournament, generate tourism to the Bloomington-Normal area, and promote the growth and development of the sport of gaming. Sixty Six Games strives to provide a positive, competitive environment for gamers from high school through college and above.

In conjunction with community leaders and businesses, the Sixty Six Games creates an event that brings athletes and their families from all over the Midwest to Bloomington-Normal to generate tourism and positively impact the local economy. The Sixty Six Games is owned and operated by the Bloomington-Normal Sports Commission.

Date/Time

Saturday, January 12, 2019 - Sunday, January 13, 2019
10:00 am

Cost: Adults $10, kids 12-under $5

Location

Grossinger Motors Arena 101 S. Madison Street Bloomington IL 309-665-0033
www.sixtysixgames.com

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