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Another gaming site opens a bar, this time in Adelaide
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Gaming site are opening a new gaming bar in South Australia, with room for large PC LAN competitions with food and drinks. Sounds delightful! are taking on Yug and his Mana Bar with room to swing a cat and get your game and drink on. In a recent article on the bar is described as having three stories of gaming goodness, with a kitchen and fully catered bar, 2 lounge and sitting areas, 2 dedicated console spots and a 55 PC LAN gaming room.

What promises is not a semi-strip club with gaming, but a dedicated gaming club that welcomes girls and smelly nerds alike. In his interview with PC Authority’s marketing officer Aron Jackson said “That (scantly clad ladies) won’t be the Pimp Pad’s focus. We need to get girls in there too, so busty barmaids probably isn’t the way to go.”

The Pimp Pad is open now and they are looking for your feedback on potential changes or upgrades to the bar. “We invite everyone to come and check it out and take up the free membership this month as well as give us their feedback on the new venue,” Aron said. So head down to FranKlingon street and check it out. If gaming is your thing then can it really be a bad thing that more places to hang-out are being offered? To me, another dedicated site for like-minded gaming enthusiasts will only raise the profile of the industry. Make sure you show so support.

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