Gfinity Open 2015

Sun 5th Apr 2015 - 11:30pm : Gaming

.....Didn't quite do as well as hoped but with competition sometimes comes dissapointment. They aren't giving up and are going to get their grind on and bring it harder for next event. Congrats to all the boys for starting 2015 off.




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