hampshire gaming hub
The Hampshire Gaming Hub is a place where we try to support local gaming communities. Our aim is to help communities grow, and also to support local developers. We often run events with local pubs and businesses.
We are also always on the lookout for talent and have worked with students to find positions in their dream companies.
We have equipment and staff for events, and can offer a range of gaming entertainment with flexible prices.
We will be updating our various lists constantly so please check back!
Hampshire Gaming Hub is a registered Community Interest Company supported by Hampshire County Council.
The Hampshire Gaming Hub is a place for all things gaming in Hampshire. It was founded by Patrick Day-Childs AKA Custard Trout, a professional game journalist and video game tester living in Southampton.
Patrick has an impressive work portfolio, currently writing freelance for VGChartz which receives over 5 million hits per month, Patrick has also previously worked for several large scale websites and YouTube channels such as Pixel Enemy (over 100 million views on YouTube) and award winners Average Gamer and BeefJack.
The Hampshire Gaming Hub hosts a variety of tournaments for charity, as well as the Southampton Game Fest, the only large-scale event in Hampshire dedicated to video games.
We unite Hampshire to offer a huge range of services, such as event planning, programming, advertising, pretty much anything! Even hardware building or troubleshooting, including arcade machines.
By using the Hampshire Gaming Hub, you support all the local video game talent in Hampshire.