Online gamers will be able to venture outside the confines of their home if they want to compete on a serious level.
Bringing like-minded gamers, who are typically in their teens and early 20s, together in a social environment as a community was the concept founders Kyle Saunders and Blade Girkin had in mind when they opened Husky Entertainment next to Primo Hoagies at the Station Square Shops less than a month ago, writes Gary Puleo in The Lansdale Reporter.
Patriarch Management, which handles the leasing, “was great to work with, and we like that we are near Via Marconi Pizza Pub, which has a huge draw to the center,” Saunders said. “Our clientele is a lot younger than theirs, but their parents can tell their kids they saw this place and they should check it out.”
What they’ll be checking out, for $15 all day-access are operations, that include seven console stations and 20 computer setups, complete with DXRacer chairs, which are also for sale, to support hours of gaming in comfort, Girkin noted.
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