iHub By Jessica Colaço / April 28, 2011
The NexGen LANatorium @iHubNairobi
NexGen Ltd. held a LAN party event at the iHub on the 26th-27th April. The event dubbed “The NexGen LANatorium” this time ran with the theme “Play for Japan” in memory of the recent tragedies that have rocked that country and in support of the country that has been in the forefront of technology and video gaming.
NexGen partnered with Mustek East Africa, D-link East Africa, Kalahari.co.ke and the iHub to make this event possible. The sponsors provided the venue, equipment and giveaways that helped make the night all the more special.
The night held competitive style gaming and the winners of these face-offs walked away with kalahari vouchers worth Kshs.2000.
The games played included PC Games such as; Unreal Tournament III and 2004, Modern Warfare 2, Dirt 2, Company of Heroes, Team Fortress. We even had two consoles that were played on two 55″ HDTVs provided by Mustek EA and the games played included; Playstation games such as, Tekken 6, FIFA 2010, Modern Warfare 2 and Nintendo Wii games included the very popular Naruto game.
PC gamers also got the chance to show off their incredible gaming rigs and challenge each other to prove whose build was superior.
For more info about NexGen LAN parties and tournaments and for notices on all future events you can join our facebook group WCG Kenya and for the twitterers, you can follow us at @nexgenkenya
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Marco at 15:49:36PM Thursday, April 28, 2011
I’m happy to read about the event.Reply
Thanks for keeping Japan in your thoughts.
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