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El Presidenté – Ben Gerrey
Ben Gerrey is currently in his second year of Maths, his favourite games are Trackmania and Minecraft and he's greatly looking forward to the LAN parties and tournaments coming up this year.
Vice Presidenté – Alastair Whitham
Alastair Whitham is currently a second year Chemistry student, hoping to learn how to cook the best Meth in the country. His favourite genre is probably MOBA's with some RTS and FPS thrown in the mix. His biggest passion has been esports and he has plans to introduce this to many others.
Treasurer – Ali Al Khal
Ali Al Khal is a first year chemical engineering student who completed his foundation year at Surrey. His favourite genre of games are RPG's and anything with a good story. He's looking forward to the weekly meetings to discuss gaming news from that week and future LAN parties.
Technical coordinator – Andrew Bailey
Andrew Bailey is a final year computer science student who hopes to go onto further study in an area of computer science, such as computer security or graphics. He is a self-confessed geek who is obsessed with technology, his favourite genre is first person shooters, in particular survival horror.
Media/Events – Emily Daniels
Emily Daniels is doing her Master's in Law, having done an undergraduate course in Law at Surrey. She owns more TF2 and PokéMon merchandise than she would like to admit to having.
Thursday Gaming Sessions
Every Thursday we play a variety of games in the Living Room from 6 until 9, we try to keep the games varied and ask you to bring yours along as well so we can get a wider range in. After the session we head oer to Roots Bar for drinking and socialising, as with everything we do, everybody is welcome whether an experienced gamer or a complete novice.
Rock Band Night
On the first Tuesday of every month, we join forces with No Wave Society in Roots Bar from 7 until closing to play Rock Band.
We hold a number of multi-day LAN parties throughout the year, these are a great experience for multiplayer gaming and also a really good networking opportunity as we try to get people from other universities down to join us.
For those of you that don't know, Varsity is an annual sporting event between Surrey and Kingston University around March; this year, for the first time, video gaming is going to be an event. This will be a big tournament spanning several genres of game, there will also be a test event held earlier in the year as we haven't organised something like this before, it will also be a good chance to meet other gamers.
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