Invitation: Play More with PC Gilmore

Witness a unique event from the country's leading one stop IT shop - PC Gilmore on October 7, 2011 - 1pm at the Canon Showroom, PC Gilmore Platinum.

On its 10th year, PC Gilmore has already provided the high quality computer products to the marketing delivering an outstanding satisfaction to its customers and bringing more efficient service by extending its market to reach out support gamers, the online community and its consumers. In line with this event also features several computer products supported by brands that is being offered by PC Gilmore.

Play more with PC Gilmore showcases Point Blank from E-games as its main game for the event. Point Blank is an online tactical first-person shooter game. It is fast-paced game wherein players are joined to two teams. Each team is required to complete a mission and eliminate the opposing team. Participants of this event comprises of the online gaming teams of Point Blank from the different parts of the metro, each representing team shall compete with other online gaming clans. A special gaming activity is also up for the media guests, the press as well as the bloggers for them to experience a one of a kind gaming with Point Blank using PC Gilmore's supported brands.

As a culminating activity, the event will have an awarding ceremony for the winning teams. Exciting cash prizes and PC Gilmore gift packs await the winners of the tournament.

So if you are in the look for the best computer products, exciting games, booth activities and prizes, drop by PC Gilmore on October 7, and experience the hype of Point Blank and what PC Gilmore has to offer with its unbeatable products and services.

Play More with PC Gilmore is brought by the following sponsors: E-Games, Western Digital, MSI, Razer, Hanns-G, Kingston Technology and PLDT My DSL.

Contributed by Julz Manaois of Think Big Events


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