Location: 4211 No. 3 Road, Richmond, BC, Canada
Date: November 23 – 24 2019
Time: 10 AM, Saturday Nov 23 – 10 PM, Sunday Nov 24
How to Get Involved
There are lots of awesome things in store for the weekend for those coming to The Gaming Stadium as well as everyone watching at home. Can’t make it in person? No problem! You can still pitch in at home all week through our dedicated donation link HERE
We’ll also be streaming the entire time, you can support there too! Click HERE to watch.
We look forward to bringing you 36 hours of nonstop entertainment, all in support of BC’s kids with special needs!
Don’t forget to use the #VarietyGameathon
10:00 AM: Guest streamer – @TheRealGuyJudge
12:30 PM: Overwatch – TGS staff
03:00 PM: Special appearance from CEO Cally Wesson
04:15 PM: Fortnite
06:30 PM: Guest streamer – @TheBritishAndy
08:45 PM: Smash Ultimate – @LocusSK vs Players
11:00 PM: NHL 20
01:15 AM: Layers of Fear
04:30 AM: Dead by Daylight
08:00 AM: Mario Party Madness
11:15 AM: Guest streamer – @ArtrenTV
01:30 PM: Guest streamer – @Asikaa604
03:45 PM: Jackbox Games
06:00 PM: Guest streamer – @JoMoSenpai
08:15 PM: Overcooked 2
About the Gaming Stadium
The Gaming Stadium, a first of its kind esports Stadium in Canada, is located in Richmond, British Columbia. The Stadium is custom built from the ground up with one purpose in mind – build the best place to play and watch your favorite esports. The Gaming Stadium is a community esports center that is open to players of all skill levels to watch and compete all year round. Doesn’t matter if you’re getting started in a new game or have been a multi-year veteran for years. One of our goals is to facilitate the growth and well-being of anyone that walks through our doors. To see more info on The Gaming Stadium, please click HERE
What is E-Sports?
eSports describes the world of competitive, organized video gaming. Competitors from different leagues or teams face off in the same games that are popular with at-home gamers: Fortnite, League of Legends, Counter-Strike, Call of Duty, Overwatch and Madden NFL, to name a few. These gamers are watched and followed by millions of fans all over the world, who attend live events or tune in on TV or online. Streaming services like Twitch allow viewers to watch as their favorite gamers play in real-time, and this is typically where popular gamers build up their fandoms.