Lock-In Game Night Planned at SWOSU to Benefit CMNH
Southwestern Oklahoma State University’s Computer Club will hold its 6th annual Extra Life Lock-In fundraising game night for the Children’s Miracle Network Hospital in Oklahoma City starting on Friday evening, November 16, and continuing through early Saturday morning.
The SWOSU Computer Club will provide food and drinks for the event that runs from 6 p.m. until 6 a.m. in the Pioneer Cellular Event Center in the west corridor on the Weatherford campus.
Fun games will be played throughout the night for the good cause, according to Computer Club co-sponsor Hayden Harrington. Attendees must be 18 years or older. Participants do not have to be SWOSU students to attend. The event is open to the public.
Entrance fee is $15 and is recommended to be donated online. To donate, go to the “SWOSU Computer Club” donation page link below and donate by November 16.
There will be several game tournaments held by different student organizations. 2 vs. 2 Halo: Master Chief Collection, Super Smash Bros. on Wii U, and 2 vs. 2 Corn hole will be held by SWOSU Computer Club to name a few . There will also be tabletop games (board, card, etc.) that will be available to rent out for free using the org’s licenses.
It is the attendee’s responsibility to bring everything they need to play once tournament play is done (i.e. screens, games, game consoles, computers, etc.).
“It’s a great cause to stay up and game all night with 100% of the money raised going to benefit local kids through the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.,” Harrington said. “We have been doing this for six years now and we keep raising more and more money every year. I hope to see us double our total amount from last year by bringing in our student organizations.”
For more info, contact Harrington at 580.774.3751 or email@example.com.