Don’t Sleep, Game | Insomnia 51

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Multiplay has announced that Insomnia 51 will be hosted at Conventry’s Ricoh Arena from April 18th – 21st.

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If you live in the UK and haven’t heard of the Insomnia Gaming Festival, you cannot truly call yourself a gamer. It is the biggest gaming event in the UK, and today they announced that Insomnia 51 will be hosted at Conventry’s Ricoh Arena from April 18th – 21st. This is an upgrade from previous years and will allow more people to enjoy themselves over the Easter Bank Holiday weekend.

Insomnia originally started as a big LAN meet-up, a place where gamers could connect over a lag-free local network with anyone else who turned up. Since then, it has expanded to host eSports events, panels and an exhibition hall, where you can check out the latest gaming peripherals, win some games and compete in open tournaments.

So far, they have announced that there will, once again, be a dedicated Minecraft Zone where fans can hang out with YouTubers such as BeBopVox, FyreUK and the Noxcrew.

If you would like to buy tickets, they are now on sale and can be purchased on the Insomnia Gaming Festival website.

– Callum

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Callum Goss

Callum Goss is a current BTEC IT student who rarely talks about himself in third-person, loves games, tweets about random shizz, and believed he had invented the word ‘shizz’ until he Googled it.

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