A must for fans of Minecraft - 10 pairs of tickets to give away

MineVention comes to Peterborough Arena on September 12
MineVention comes to Peterborough Arena on September 12
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Fans of video game Minecraft can look forward to a great family day out when an unofficial convention comes to Peterborough next month.

And we have teamed up with the organisers of MineVention at the Peterborough Arena on September 12 to give away TEN PAIRS OF TICKETS worth £30 per pair.

The event, which will be officially opened by television presenter Jason Bradbury, will feature a range of hands-on attractions including:

The chance to meet and greet famous Minecraft players.

A fan Question and Answer session with their YouTube heroes and the chance to get photos and autographs with the likes of Amy Lee 33, Ash Dubh, DanJoBro, Tank Matt, DoctorCr33p3r, Salems Lady and more.

The opportunity to take part in a gaming tournament with the help of Multiplay.

Presentation seminars.

Opportunity to buy merchandise .

Wizard Keen and Dragnoz will be in attendance to help visitors explore the world of WonderQuest.

And to top things off there will be an attempt to set a new Guinness World Record for “The Most People Dressed as Steve from Minecraft.” (for which tickets to the event are not necessary)

To be in with a chance of winning one of the 10 pairs of tickets answer this question: Where is MineVention taking place? Email answers, with your name and contact details, to brad.barnes@jpress.co.uk before noon on September 3.

Admission is £15 (free for Under 3s) . Tickets from www.MineVention.com

Organiser Lisa O’Brien said: “We are really excited about bringing what has already established itself as a hugely popular event to Peterborough.

“We chose Peterborough Arena because of its great location in the UK, with excellent motorway and rail links so people can travel easily from all over the country. We were looking for a large venue, and Peterborough Arena fits the bill perfectly.”

Peterborough Arena head of sales Charlie Lewis added: “This is a real coup for us particular as the gaming industry has such a huge following, and we are delighted that organisers have recognised the potential of this venue to host such an event.”