Overcooked E-Sports Tournament

Rev up those Fryers!  HPAC is excited to announce our first family friendly e-sports gaming event.

This event has been rescheduled for August 27, 2022.

This family-friendly video game tournament features everyone’s favorite party game, Overcooked. Join as a competitor and battle it out for the highest score on the big screen while real chefs from local restaurants act as commentators during the event, judge your artistry, and offer over $300 in tournament prizes for the winners, including judges pick and crowd favorite! Or bring your family to watch the action, relax, socialize, and play in HPAC’s gaming lounge. See why PC Gamer called Overcooked “hands down one of the best couch party games ever made!”

Advance registration for competitors is required.

Tickets are $25.00 per person for Tournament Competitors, or $15.00 per person for Party Participants

Doors open at 3:45. The Tournament starts promptly at 4:00pm. Games run for 15 minute intervals until 5:30pm. Awards will be announced following the last game.

 


 

Tournament Details

Competitors meet at HPAC by 3:45pm on April 9 to sign in.

Contest rules are reviewed and first games begin at 4:00pm
Final games begin at 5:30pm

The competition a single-elimination Overcooked tournament of up to 16 teams. Teams of 2 will battle it out to show who has the best cooking skills under pressure. The tournament will be played on a Nintendo Switch console in our beautiful cinema.

We recommend that players  bring their own officially licensed Nintendo controllers (Joycon or Pro!) to play along.

Players must read and agree to our code of conduct.

 

The Judges:

Cat Wilson is a great cook and an average speller. She likes to make everything from comfort foods to spicy sichuan noodle dishes. She thinks you’re probably under-salting everything and would like to help you sharpen your knives. Over her last nine years in the Catskills she’s cheffed with some of the best. She loves to talk food with anyone in a kitchen. Currently she runs Forage & Gather Market and Willow & Post in Mountaindale, NY where she can be found slinging burgers, shucking oysters, and sharing wine.

 

Wade St. Germain, also known as Cabernet Frank, is a gin-slinging jazz singing ham and owner of a great music/comedy/performance restaurant venue in beautiful, mysterious Parksville NY.