GameCenter Arcade, Finest KO, NorCal Install, and Dromstruction Holding Persona 4 Arena 24 Hour Charity Event at Game Center Arcade on August 7th

By on August 3, 2012 at 5:56 pm

The minds behind GameCenter Arcade, Finest KO, NorCal Install, and Dromstruction recently announced that they will be holding a 24 hour charity event for Persona 4 Arena Tuesday, August 7th. They’ve got a lot planned for everyone in attendance, including round-the-clock tournaments, charity exhibition matches, and much more. The event will take place up at Game Center Arcade in San Mateo, CA, with support from Twitch TV, Atlus Games, Mad Catz, NOS Energy Drinks, and Broken Tier.

Sounds like a good way to get some opening hype in for Persona, as well as benefit a worthy cause. You can find out more about the event over at below.

47 South B Street
San Mateo, CA 94402

Event begins at 12:00 am August 7th, and runs until 11:59 pm. Click Here for the Facebook Event Page! Tweet with #P4UCharity to help us spread the word!

Stop by and join us as we host:

  • Around the Clock Tournaments
  • Charity Raffles
  • Charity Money Matches
  • and more!

Enter the raffle for a chance to win:

  • Persona 4 Arena for Playstation 3
  • Madcatz PS3 FightSticks
  • Madcatz FightStick Carrier Bags
  • Brokentier T-Shirts
  • Tritton AX Pro Headsets
  • Persona 4 Figures

Registration is at the Door:

  • $8 Venue Fee ($4 to GameCenter Arcade, $4 to charity)
  • $2 Entry Per Tournament (100% to charity)
  • $1 Per Raffle Ticket, $10 for 13 tickets, $20 for 30 tickets (100% to charity, minus shipping costs)
  • Raffles are open to on-site participants as well as online viewers!
  • Want to Challenge Someone to a Charity Match? Let Us Know! We’d Love to Stream It!

This is a benefit event for Chicks in Crisis and Second Harvest Food Bank!

Source: Dromstruction

Zaid Tabani has been contributing a steady stream of artistic content into the community ever since the resurgence of the fighting game boom. He's been responsible for many well known projects, including(but not limited to) the EVO 2K10 Intro Videos, The EVO 2K11 Theme Song(along with multiple other community members), the documentary series Run It Back and the upcoming film RANBAT. He was even featured in Capcom's "SUPER STREET FIGHTER IV 3D EDITION" commercial, due to his prior work with EVO. He also likes to dress up as a bat occasionally and fight a psychotic crusade against crime. That last part was a joke. Kinda.