MIT’s GAMBIT Game Lab will be holding the first ever Hokra tournament this weekend. The game premiered last year at NYU’s No Quarter event and has since become known as a great e-sport to those with access to it. Inspired by the soccer videogame FIFA, two teams of two players dodge, kick and score in the goals at each corner, trying to cooperate with each other and evade the other team. Now’s your chance to show off your skills!
The tournament will be this Friday, April 6 at 4 pm at the Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab in Cambridge, Massachusetts. There will be 32 teams of two and registration is on a first-come, first-served basis, so get a teammate and register quick!
More information about the International Hokra Association available here.
Registration is open here.
A stream of the event will be available here.