Does your child love Minecraft? Minecraft seems to be every kid’s first love these days, and now there’s a whole new way to get in on the fun! This weekend on Saturday morning, instead of just playing at home, your kids can enjoy the game while meeting new friends as part of a local team representing Miami, thanks to Super League Gaming and their Minecraft City Champs tournament, run in partnership with Nickelodeon.
It’s like little league for Minecraft players! Fun, positive and a special opportunity to get out and play with other kids their age. Past players clearly have had a GREAT time, and it’s so nice to give our kids a way to be social AND enjoy their favorite video game!
Tickets are on sale now. The tournament begins on Sat. Oct 21st and continues for the following three Saturdays. One skilled player has a chance to win a HUGE prize for their family – 4 tickets to Nickelodeon’s Kids Choice Awards 2018, inclusive of round trip airfare to LA, 2 nights in a hotel and a $500 spending allowance. There will be other giveaways for all players, including an official Miami Menace team jersey!
How fun is that?! Not only a chance to play with other kids and make new friends, but they could win a super awesome prize too!!
While you may find it challenging to pull your little ones away from their iPad or Xbox, the truth is that playing Minecraft (and video games in general) can be beneficial for your kids on many levels, including problem solving, building self-confidence, enhancing creativity, understanding teamwork and improving academic performance.
Super League’s Minecraft City Champs tournament is in its 3rd season, so the company knows how to provide a well-organized experience for your Minecrafter. The events take place in a movie theater, which means players also get to see their favorite game on the big screen! It’s ideal for kids 6-14, who will love the custom game modes designed by Super League.
To learn more and get tickets while spots are available, visit Super League’s Minecraft City Champs Miami Event Details Page.
Parents attend for free, although Super League provides full coverage if you need to drop off. Of course if you’re there, you can cheer on your Minecrafter to victory!