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North Wales Open Tournament: Coming Soon!

We here at Sprues and Brews love it when events happen up here in the North West/ North Wales, as it’s our home territory!

So needless to say we are excited at the prospect of a brand new Warhammer 40,000 tournament coming to Wrexham next February!

Catrin Finch Centre 2

The event is being led by Chris Whitehead, and is being held at Glyndwr University. It’ll feature up to 40 players battling over two days. Scenery and boards will be provided, so simply bring along your painted 40k armies and be ready for battle!

In fact, Chris has been teasing some of the boards on social media…

Here are the full details regarding the event itself:

Venue – The Catrin Finch Centre, Glyndwr University, Wrexham, North Wales
Date – 2nd and 3rd of February, 2019
Event Size – Up to 40 players, 5 games over 2 days
Points – 2000, 3 detachments max, Big FAQ 1 + 2 in effect.
All boards and terrain provided

Chris is after feedback on the event pack for this tournament. You can view the draft event pack here. For those who would need to travel to the event their are plenty of local hotels and their will be food available to purchase during the event.

Tickets are up for order very soon, and you can follow the events progress and obtain the latest updates by heading onto the events Facebook page. You can also follow Chris on Twitter, @Tatters1717. You can follow the event by also using the hashtag #NorthWalesOpen40k.

It’s awesome seeing new tournaments arrive on the scene, so if you want to help make the first North Wales Open a success please get on board! Best get my Death Guard ready for war!

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