The Terre Haute Chamber would like to welcome new member Ebash!


TERRE HAUTE, IN—Local video gaming center eBash is hosting a free virtual reality
racing event for the chance of the best racer to win a trip for 2 to Las Vegas to compete in the national championship. eBash is only 1 of 14 video gaming centers in the nation to be hosting this event, where the top 8 racers will win a trip for 2 to Las Vegas and compete for a total prize vault of $10,000! For the local event alone, the first 35 participants will receive free pizza, giveaways, and the top 3 racers will receive Steam gift cards with a combined value of $175.

The FREE event takes place Saturday, December 9, from 4pm until 10pm. The game is
called Sprint Vector, by Survios, which is a racing game that performs through the Oculus virtual reality headset and on Alienware gaming computers with NVIDIA Geforce GTX video graphics.

Races can take place between two individuals at once, on different stations, but the overall competition is built between each individual’s best score on a viewable leaderboard. All racers can race multiple time, but only the highest time will be kept. The first 35 registered receive free pizza and the free giveaways include: Sprint Vector sweatband sets, Alienware bottles, Sprint Vector drawstring backpacks, Sprint Vector t-shirts, Sprint Vector long socks, NVIDIA stocking caps, and Oculus cell phone charging adapters. Participants must be 13 years or older.

Started in 2004 by local entrepreneur Zack Johnson, eBash provides community gaming
and lock-ins, runs tournaments, hosts fundraisers and birthday parties, and build esports arenas at conventions. This past Summer eBash built a network of over 300 stations for 10,000 players over four days during Gen Con 50 convention in Indianapolis. eBash is part of a family of companies that includes the tournament gaming network ggCircuit and software application ggLeap.