League of Legends NA LCS Night @ The Canons' Gait
Join us on March 7th for an evening of lanes, laughs, drinks and ganks, as we livestream a night of professional LoL action from the seventh week of the North American League of Legends Championship Series!
We'll be taking over the Cellar Bar downstairs at the Canons' Gait in Edinburgh for the event, with doors opening around 19:00, and the first game starting at 20:00.
Due to the size of the venue, we've decided to run the event with a free ticketing system (just to make sure that we're not turning anyone away at the door) and these tickets will be available on a first-come-first-served basis (but we'll also have a waiting list, too, for people who may not have managed to get in on the first batch!).
Finally, as the event is being held in a licensed premises, we're afraid we're only able to accommodate those who are aged 18 or over (we're really sorry if that stops you from attending!).
In the meantime, though, check those runes and masteries, stock up on wards, and we'll see you on the 7th!
Is there an age limit for the event?
As the Canons' Gait is a licensed premises, unfortunately we can only allow people who are aged 18 or over to come along. (Sorry to all you younger LCS fans out there!).
What are my transport/parking options for the venue?
The best way to get to the Canons' Gait bar is probably by public transport, or by foot/bike, as there's little parking nearby. The venue is very near to a lot of bus stops, though, and, if you're coming from further afield, Waverly train station is only 5 minute walk away!
Shoot! I've registered for a ticket and now realised I can't make it!
That's ok! Just get in touch with us, and we'll free the ticket up for somebody else to use.
I really want to come along, but there are no more tickets available!
Aw, that sucks! The best thing to do is to stick yourself down on our waiting list, and - if someone isn't able to make it - we'll pass along any unclaimed tickets to those at the top of the list!
Hmm... can I come along without a ticket?
Ah, we're sorry, but we'd really rather you didn't, as if we've sold out all our tickets then that means we've reached the venue's capacity, and we won't be able to let in anyone else on the night.
Again, probably the best thing to do is to stick your name down on the waiting list for spare tickets to become available, and we'll be in touch if some become free!
I have another question which you have foolishly overlooked!
Our bad! Feel free to drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we'll try and answer any questions you may have that we haven't covered here.
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