For two consecutive days, the Pedrín Zorrilla Coliseum in San Juan will become the setting for Winter Clash 2023, the most important winter video game event in Puerto Rico.
On February 25 and 26, eSports fans on the Island will have the opportunity to enjoy a show full of competitions, entertainment and, of course, video games.
“We started the year with the ninth edition of the Winter Clash, but on a large scale. Two days in which families of gamers will be able to share and enjoy an unforgettable event. As usual, we will have various areas focused on the most important video games of the moment and we will combine traditional sports spaces”, expressed Ricardo “Mono” Román, captain of the Red Rooster Team.
It was reported that this year, Winter Clash will have competitive categories for Fighting Games (FG), First Person Shooters (FPS) and as a new category will be the Parent & Son Ping Pong Challenge in association with Metro Sports.
Román commented that “all the events we promote have the philosophy of involving families in the world of gaming, while incorporating traditional games. On this occasion, we will have a ping pong tournament, a Pac Man competition as part of “retro gaming” and a “party” with a DJ and karaoke music from gaming movies.”
The Fighting Games categories will be Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Guilty Gear Strive, Street Fighter V: Champion Edition, Dragonball FighterZ, Tekken 7, Mortal Kombat 11, and The King Of Fighters XV. While First Person Shooters will be Overwatch 2 and Call Of Duty.
Ticket offices for Winter Clash 2023 can be purchased on the start.gg platform. For additional information, you can search social networks:
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Finally, those interested in being part of the event with stations (booths) can communicate directly with Red Rooster Team through their social networks.