GameWorks in Tampa already under new ownership

Shaggy April 15, 2010 2

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When Sega sent out the press release stating that they would be closing certain GameWorks locations, they left a glimmer of hope in there by stating that some locations could stay open if they were bought out by new owners. For the GameWorks in Tampa, that appears to be the case as the location will re-open tomorrow under new management. Unfortunately for certain game fans, 50 to 60 percent of the games are being replaced by redemption content which will probably do quite well for the location. I do wonder what video content will be retained and whether they will be picking up any new video games. The food will be improved as well, which will certainly be nice for visitors (I wonder what they had to deal with before that) and if they can keep the games maintained then it should do well.

[Via TampaBay.com]


2 Comments »

  1. Rob A LIquor Store April 15, 2010 at 10:50 pm - Reply

    Well, they kept the same games for the five years I lived in the area. It’s not like they could do much worse.

  2. aj July 15, 2010 at 4:31 pm - Reply

    Gameworks wasnt that bad but they needed more security and stuff because when i went there, kids would steal anything and everything for example when i went to play skee ball there was only 2 balls which the promptly fixed but i wasted money on it which sucks

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