Everything you’ve fought for has come down to this moment. The announcer calls out your name and you know the time has come to prove yourself. The crowd cheers you on as you walk to the station. Your opponent waits. He seems confident, and why shouldn’t he be?

He hasn’t lost yet.

You sit down, and your match appears on multiple TVs and a six-foot tall projection screen. The room grows quiet. You shake hands with your opponent, grab your controller, and get ready to play the most important match of your life.

This is the height of gaming. This is Save•Point.

Since 2004, Save•Point has been the largest and longest running tournament series in Indiana. Tournaments are hosted every month, and each one is grouped into seasons, with prizes awarded to the finalists. Save•Point is a place where everyone speaks the same language, and no subject is too geeky. The best players in the city meet here, facing each other to separate the best from the rest. These two elements are the key to what makes Save•Point unique: fierce competition coupled with amazing people.

Basically, it’s like Xbox LIVE, without the screaming and rage-quitting.

On September 10th, Save•Point Season 12 starts, and the game lineup is nothing short of awesome: Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition, Marvel vs Capcom 3 and Pokemon Black and White. This is the first season for Street Fighter and Pokemon, and midway through the season we’ll be replacing MvC3 with Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3! We’re set up in the Lower Level of the Main Library in the Humphrey’s Multimedia Room. The doors open at 10:00 a.m. and sign-ups for all tournaments end at 10:30 a.m.

New season. New challenges. Don’t miss it.


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