While preparing game night, senior Ethan Schmitz sets up the projector for game play. Club members brought in their own monitors and game systems for the event. "So far I think it'll be really fun and we finally finished setting up," Schmitz said. "There's a lot of time [allotted] so people can play different games for longer periods of time." Photo Credit: Grinesa Bajrami
Playing on one of the provided monitors, sophomore Jonathan Mijares plays Fortnite. Multiple games were set up along with Fortnite, such as Just Dance and Minecraft. "I came to game night to see what games were brought and who else plays games," Mijores said. Photo Credit: Grinesa Bajrami
During a Mario Kart 8 match, senior Tyler Brant-Juarez and sophomore Will Grube stop to take a break after an intense race. There were many different types of gaming systems available such as Nintendo Switch and XBOX. "The game got really intense after a couple races, the other players were screaming and standing up, getting really into the game," Grube said. Photo Credit: Grinesa Bajrami
After game night began, sophomore Sirre Taal, senior Marlou Cabana and junior Samson Wong wait patiently for students. There was a $2 fee for students to enter the event. "[Game night] was an event SkillsUSA started and last year FBLA decided to collaborate with SkillsUSA." Cabana said. Photo Credit: Grinesa Bajrami
While playing Uno, seniors Jailissa Jacala and Tammy Li compete against junior Izabella Guiao to be the winner of the round. Along with video games, card games and other table top games were put out by the clubs for students to play. "Uno got really intense, there was a lot of screaming and hitting the table," Jacala said. Photo Credit: Grinesa Bajrami
Did you attend game night?