Fortnite gamers face-off in Last Man Standing tournament

Fortnite gamers face-off in Last Man Standing tournament


Gamers across Birmingham are being invited to put their skills to the test and compete for glory as Box hosts its latest Last Man Standing tournament.

Fortnite gamers face-off in Last Man Standing tournament

The event featuring Fortnite will take place in Box’s Minworth store on Saturday 27th October from 10am, and will be supported by leading gaming peripherals company Roccat.

Competitors of all ability will face off in the one-day event in the hope of being crowned Last Man Standing.

Mark Jordan, managing director of Box said: “Following the success of our previous event, we’re delighted to be hosting a second Last Man Standing tournament.

“Fornite is the ultimate eSports game, not only is it competitive but it contains fast paced actions where the aim is to beat your opponents and get that coveted victory royale.

“The event is a great way for local gamers to meet other gamers and streamers as well as trading gaming tips. Plus there will be some great prizes up for grabs courtesy of Roccat.

“Players will also have the opportunity to take a look round our Minworth store, seeing first hand the wide range of products available whilst also speaking with our expert staff who will be on hand to discuss gaming setups and how to get the best from your gaming rig.

“We look forward to welcoming gamers on the 27th October, and crowning one player Last Man Standing.”

Last Man Standing is an adrenaline fuelled competition, where players are thrown into the battlefield and must beat their opponents to be crowned the winner.

Enthusiasts are being encouraged to sign up to the event as son as they can to avoid disappointment.

Tickets are free and can be booked online:

Box sells an extensive range of technology and computing products through its specialist website and retail shop, including laptops, desktop PCs, phones and tablets, components, monitors, gaming accessories, consoles and printers.

The business was founded by Mark Jordan in 1996 and today is the UK’s leading technology e-commerce business, employing over 100 people and turning over £42 million.

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