Las Vegas, NV -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/08/2015 -- As a premier video game store in Las Vegas, Game Repair Inc. has become a popular destination for YuGiOh tournaments, routinely offering new prizes to winners. Due to the widespread attraction of the tournaments, Game Repair Inc. is now hosting the action four days per week, and has recently announced the July prize schedule for each event.
On Wednesday and Friday nights, the event will begin at 5:30 pm, and every Saturday and Sunday at 3:30 pm. Signups will be an hour in advance of the start time. The fee for each tournament is $10 and winners will receive unique prizes. On many nights, players will have the opportunity to win store credit for any games, consoles, or repairs. On Saturday, July 11, win a card that is valued at a minimum of $75, and on Sunday, July 27, win a game valued at $75 or more.
Join Game Repair Inc. on the weekend of July 17 to participate in box tournaments and win a random box of Dragons of Legend 2. On Sunday, July 19 there will be a pizza party in the store, and participants have a chance to win various prizes with the raffle on July 29.
As the original provider for video game and Xbox 360 repair in Las Vegas, the YuGiOh tournaments have received great responses from the community, which has encouraged the owners to offer better prizes. Players are encouraged to suggest ideas on how to make the tournaments better and more interactive. Join the Las Vegas community this July, or stop in to see if consoles need a repair.
About Game Repair Inc.
Game Repair Inc., originally named Nintendo Repair, opened its business over 20 years ago and has grown into one of the largest game repair operations in the country. The family owned and operated business continues to grow to be the best repair shop in the world by using friendly customer service and premium repair work. The company's service includes repairing various console and controllers, as well as buying and selling new and used games. Striving to be the best repair company, Game Repair Inc. stays up to date with the new systems, researching older style games and systems, as well.
For more information, please visit http://www.gamerepair.com/