Samsung KX and eSports organisation LDN UTD reveal free, star-studded All Access Gaming event

What’s your plans for this Saturday? Clear your diary, because Samsung KX has announced ‘All Access Gaming’, a new star-studded gaming event with a focus on mental health and wellbeing.

Set to take over the Samsung KX experience space on Saturday November 13, 2021, the event runs in partnership with LDN UTD (opens in new tab), the eSports organisation that unites professional eSports and grassroots gaming.

Expect a wealth of top pro-gaming talent – including The Vamps’ Connor Ball, Maria AKA Ria Bish and ITANI among many others – who’ll be battling it out live at Samsung KX. You can also look forward to a panel discussion with event hosts Chelcee Grimes and Niran Yesufu, who’ll be chatting to the likes of Sunpi and Haber about how gaming has helped with their health and wellbeing.  

All gaming sessions will showcase the Samsung CRG9 Dual-QHD Curved Monitor (opens in new tab), providing a super ultra-wide aspect ratio that treats players to superfine detail. With screen space equivalent to two 27-inch QHD displays side by side, the 49-inch curved monitor delivers a wider view for winning play.

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Fancy that? Of course you do! 

All Access Gaming takes place at Samsung KX, Coal Drops Yard, London, N1C 4DQ on Saturday, November 13, 2021 between 4pm and 8pm. Tickets are free to book here (opens in new tab)

For fans who can’t make it on the day, sign-up to watch All Access Gaming live on the Samsung KX website (opens in new tab).  

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