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Mobile games might not excite you, but what about watching hundreds of people play mobile games at once? The city of Roseville, MN is hosting an event that has a crowd of gamers attempting to break the Guinness World Record for the "Largest Mobile Phone Gaming Party". The current record was set in Birmingham, UK with 316 participants playing any mobile game of their choice concurrently. Game Informer is no stranger to Guinness World Records, and video producer Ben Hanson is hosting the live stream of the event through the community television station CTV North Suburbs alongside Mike Reiners and Reuben Simonson from Nomad Apps. Check out the link to the livestream below.
Click on this link from 12pm-1pm (CST) on Saturday, 9/15 to watch the record be shattered live.
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Wish I was there, sounds fun.
I've always wondered this: Does everyone in the crowd get their own piece of paper showing that they took part in the World Record?
saturday is not the 14th ... but i'm sure ppl notice this by now
Sounds like fun, wish I was there.
I am in! I mean, I'll watch.
Wish u luck
That sounds awesome.... Too bad nothing is in Oregon...
Haha would love to walk by it.
Anything Guinness comes into the picture you guys talk about that time you guys set some records.
I don't have a hard time viewing everyone playing angry birds.
Angry bird great