The Rand Show Just Got A Whole Lot More Exciting!
As the countdown begins for one of the country’s most iconic and family-oriented events of the year, the organisers have announced the introduction of a Gaming Entertainment Pavilion at the 2019 Rand Show! The Gaming Entertainment Pavilion will be hosted alongside numerous new lifestyle, retail and entertainment offerings, and promises a massively fun family day – or days – out.
The additions to this year’s 125th anniversary celebration edition have been designed to appeal to a generation of visitors that may never have experienced the show in all its glory.
Highlights of the Gaming Entertainment Pavilion!
A Fortnite Gaming Tournament with over R100 000 prize pool and other prizes is must! If you’re keen in showing off your skills, register online on 25 February 2019. You can also enter the tournament at The Rand Show, but this will be on a first-come-first-served basis on the day. There’s a 13-year-old age restriction to the tournament and any entrant under 16 will have to sign a parental guidance form and be accompanied by an adult.
There will be a Cosplay Masquerade running on the first weekend of the show. This is a more relaxed approach to cosplay that will encourage beginners to join in on the fun. Daily prizes will be awarded with cosplayers required to do a two-minute skit on stage. A traditional Cosplay Tournament over the final weekend will be judged in three categories:
- The Newcomer category will take place on the second weekend of the Rand Show and is open to all newcomers, casual cosplayers and kids/teens (ages 6 – 12 and 13 – 15). Past competition cosplays are welcome. First, second and third place will be awarded to the various age groups.
- The Like a Boss category is an intermediate competition. It will take place on the second weekend of the Rand Show. It is open to all, except experienced cosplayers. Beginners are welcome to enter as well. Pre-judging and skit judging will take place. Past competition cosplays welcome. First, second and third place will be awarded.
- The Beast Mode category is an experienced competition and is only open to experienced cosplayers. It will take place on the second weekend of the Rand Show. Pre-judging and skit judging will take place. Past competition cosplays welcome. Register online on 25 February 2019.
Also, a Fortnite-inspired Dance Off Competition will be held with various daily prizes up for grabs. To enter, participants must upload a 15 second video clip of themselves performing their favourite Fortnite-inspired dance moves to the Rand Show Facebook or Instagram pages along with the hashtag #RSDanceOff and #randshow2019.
How Much Is Entry To The Rand Show?
R150 entry fee gives you entrance into The Rand Show (which gives you access to all the halls).
Entry into the Gaming Entertainment Pavilion will cost an additional R20 per person for a two-hour tour through an immersive environment of Gaming, Cosplay and Dance.
There are prizes up for grabs at the show, including a trip to TwitchCon USA and for early bird purchases, a Suzuki Swift!
The early bird online ticket purchase of R100 will give visitors both access into The Rand Show as well as the Gaming Entertainment Pavilion. So get your tickets early!
The Gaming Entertainment Pavilion will be open from 14:00 to 19:00 on weekdays and 10:00 to 19:00 on weekends.
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For More Information
For more information about this exciting event, visit randshow.co.za.