Computer Gaming Center Moves to MU Games Area – UC Davis

Gunrock Gaming, the home for PC gaming at UC Davis, has relocated to the Games Area in the basement of the Memorial Union. 
The new center features high-end gaming computers and more than a dozen games, playable by anyone for an hourly fee. The computers in the center are Alienware Aurora R7 machines featuring quick processors, powerful graphics cards and sharp monitors.
WHAT: PC gaming lounge open to all
WHERE: In the basement of the Memorial Union
WHEN: Open Sunday-Thursday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., and Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. until 1 a.m.
PRICING: $5 per hour (or five hours for $20) for students, $10 per hour (or five hours for $40) for everyone else.
The available games at Gunrock Gaming include:
Prices for Gunrock Gaming start at $5 an hour or $20 for five hours for students and $10 an hour or $40 for five hours for the rest of the community. Unlimited passes are also available.
The Games Area of the Memorial Union is now fully reopened to students and the community. This includes bowling, billiards, console gaming, and the Gunrock Gaming PC lounge.
The Games Area’s console games — Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4 and Xbox One — have been moved into the Games Area lounge, where numerous board games are also available. The old Gunrock Gaming location, near the ATMs outside the Memorial Union’s east wing, is the future home of KDVS.
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Hayley Morris in an intern in the Office of Strategic Communications.
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