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Nvidia's Summer Gaming Event is coming to Scan Computers

by Parm Mann on 26 May 2015, 13:00


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Tired of playing the same old games on the same old hardware? Then here's one for your diaries: Scan Computers is hosting an exclusive Nvidia gaming event on Saturday, June 6, that promises to be chock-full of festivities for all you gaming aficionados.

The Summer Gaming Event kicks off at 10am on the day and will include gaming tournaments (with prizes, of course), a cosplay fancy-dress competition, free food and drink, plus Nvidia product demonstrations. It's a great way to try new hardware you're thinking of buying, and who knows, there may even be hands-on demos of the fabled GeForce GTX 980 Ti.

Need even more incentive? Then how about this: the first 250 people to pre-register for the event will receive three free games on arrival - including Batman: Arkham Knight and Dying Light. Event information and a registration form are available over at the Scan Computers website, so hit the link for all the details: Nvidia Summer Gaming Event.

How to get there

Address: Scan Computers, 25-28 Enterprise Park, Horwich, Middlebrook, Bolton, BL6 6PE

By Car: Scan Computers is located just 10 minutes away from junction 6 off the M61. There will be free parking available.

By Train: Scan Computers is located just a 10 minute walk from Horwich Parkway Railway station.

By Bus: Many local buses stop within a 10 minute walk of Scan Computers, such as the 505, 575 and 516 service routes.

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London to SCAN - 4 1/2 hrs!
London to SCAN - 4 1/2 hrs!

Want a lift? :)
About 25 minutes for me to get there, wonder what time i would need to appear to be in the first 250?

On that thought… I won't bother, free stuff attracts, free stuff hunters.
5 hours each way without traffic or stopping……think I'll pass.

We really need more motorway in the South-West, we might actually get a decent sized computer store down here then :(