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3rd Annual LVL UP Expo to feature Video Games, Anime and Cosplay at Cashman Center on May 30-31

3rd Annual LVL UP Expo to feature Video Games, Anime and Cosplay at Cashman Center on May 30-31
The 3rd Annual LVL UP Expo ventures to Cashman Center on May 30-31. LVL UP Expo is the premiere video game, anime, and cosplay convention is Las Vegas (Pictured: Gym leaders for interactive Pokemon Tournament)

Street Fighter 4 Tournament
Street Fighter 4 Tournament

Bit the robot is providing vendors, local artist, panels, tournaments galore, and many other events! Attendees will be able to find the latest news and items from their favorite games and anime as well as relaxing with free arcade cabinets while watching the tournaments.

Guest relaxing and playing games in the table top games area
Guest relaxing and playing games in the table top games area

Along with these events LVL UP Expo will have break out panels that will get you up to date on the latest news and let you have exclusive first looks.

Joining us at LVL UP Expo will be Yuri Lowenthal and Tara Platt, a team of actors, writers, and producers, as well as Heroes of Cosplay star Carl Martin. Along with these big names will be local featured cosplayers and artists.

No event would be complete without appearances from Microsoft, Sony, Nintendo and Funimation.

LVL UP Expo will also have a screening of the movie Con Artist hosted by the Con Artists themselves Yuri Lowenthal and Tara Platt.

LVL UP Expo is a nonprofit organization based in Las Vegas, established in 2012 and owned by Colten Pipkin and Lauren Arancibia. It has worked tirelessly to build a community of gaming, anime, and cosplay enthusiast since its creation through the use of an annual convention and satellite events. LVL UP Expo‘s organizers have worked with many local schools and charities such as Children’s Miracle Network to promote the gaming and anime industries as agents of change and education.

For more information please visit http://www.lvlupexpo.com