The Association of Computing Machinery is hosting the Georgia Tech Game Night, an all-night event featuring live video-game tournaments, such as League of Legends, Halo, Starcraft and Battlefield 3, food and prizes. The organization is requesting funds for security, building fees and a Technique ad. All of these line items were approved except for the Technique ad, which was found to be in violation of JFC policy. The event will be held in Klaus on April 21.
Tech’s Gamer’s Guild Club requested funds for 42 different board games for next year, as the club focuses on playing non-electronic video games once a week. The club asked for funds from SGA because most of their games from this year are owned by members of the club who are leaving after this semester. UHR approved the bill.