Beth Enness, fundraising manager at the RNRMC, said: ‘We are excited to be partnering with Game Over for this year’s World Gaming Day. It is a great
venue and a great cause, so we hope people will get stuck in and enjoy all the wonderful things the space has to offer.’
Game Over is Portsmouth’s only video game cafe and has a range of things to get involved in, from the Atari to the Game Cube, visitors can immerse themselves into a world of historic gaming.
Steve Lowe, who owns Game Over, said: ‘We are family-orientated so it was an opportunity to partner up with the RNRMC for World Gaming Day and give something back to the community.’
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