Hey Heidi, Rich did tell me that Japanese house was interested in gaming day, and that's awesome. The basic info goes as follows: we want to hold it on Sat., Dec. 1st, setup will be at 9am and we will most likely start it at 11am, and we have the room until 8pm with a little leeway, so we are staying it ends at 7 and we'll take everything out of the rooms by then. We have the FPL, 216, and 302 & 305 upstairs reserved for the event. We asked about getting additional projectors and screens and all the necessary AV equipment from L/L and UVM supplies, and Joe is looking into that for us. We also are asking for tables to be delivered for the purposes of the event. It's a free admission thing, all systems and TVs belong to program members who donated it, we intend to run as many multi-person games as we can based on games, systems, memory cards, and controllers. We are planning a Halo tournament (probably Halo 2 due to the very few 360s people are offering), a SSBM tournament, and possibly a DDR tournament. We are considering getting donations for food/drinks and prizes for the tournament winners, but that is still in the works. We are putting somewhat heavy security on the event requiring registration and restricting traffic a bit through the rooms, but that's all technicalities. We basically need more TVs and more systems and controllers. Right now we have 13 TVs offered and a slew of systems. Offer whatever you can, the SciFi and Anime program members are also going to be staffing the event, watching the systems and doing registration, and any other volunteer help would be awesome, if your program would like to. Setup and takedown especially are going to need more people. Let us know if any of the program wants to volunteer, because we are considering getting tshirts to further encourage adherence to proper conduct outlines. Anything else you want to know, just email me or IM me.

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