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November 15, 2019


5:00 PM

11:30 PM

Age: 18 and up | Seating Type: Interactive


PowerPlay – Live@5 is the Triangle’s largest gaming and networking meetup that draws entrepreneurs, business people, and their colleagues to a relaxed environment with the back drop of nostalgic board games, contemporary video games, and music. It’s a new way to network, team build, and foster relationships. Meet up right after work for drinks and play. Engage in friendly competition with a coworker or another department, celebrate the closure of a new deal, or just meet up with friends. Relationships are built at play and you never know who you may meet. Make a PowerPlay!


✅ Nostalgic board, video, and interactive games

✅ Meetup, network, team build, meet new people, compete, unwind

✅ Music

✅ Free entry to PartyPlay Fridays

✅ Food and Bar Drinks available:



Redefining what it means to be social in the Triangle, PartyPlay Fridays is the area’s most unique game night, dance party, and social experience. Enjoy cocktails, fine foods, and a live DJ while playing nostalgic board games and contemporary video games with friends. Hang out, celebrate milestone events, meet a new friend, or participate in group dance activities with the back drop of premium audio and lights. Elevate your Friday night experience. Be social – PartyPlay!

*Special Grand Opening FREE Event*


✅ Music and dance party by DJ Cozart

✅ Nostalgic board, video, and interactive games

✅ Celebration station for your group party or night out

✅ Food and Bar Drinks available:


Event Schedule
5:00pm Main Event  – Event Terminal

A portion of these proceeds from this event will benefit the Extra Life Gaming Charity.

Extra Life Gaming Charity is a group of extremely passionate gamers who are doing our best to help heal some sick kids. Locally, we play for Duke Children’s Hospital in Durham, NC. Through our efforts, we have helped show how gamers in the RDU area can make a huge difference in their local community.”