How does an SF board game store exist in a digital world?

| July 7, 2019

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In 1985, Nintendo launched its Nintendo Entertainment System gaming console in North America in what's remembered as a watershed moment for video games. That same year, San Francisco resident Robert Hamilton invested in hobby games, which are largely analog, when he opened Gamescape in the Western Addition. It was a bit of a gamble. Gamers were getting more into video games like Super Mario Bros. and Excitebike, and he already had a game store, Gambit — which he opened in the 1970s — close on him.

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We are the leading live entertainment company in South America and the fourth largest in the world in terms of box office revenue in 2011, according to Billboard.In addition, we believe we are the only diversified and vertically-integrated South American live entertainment company. We promote a wide range of artistic, cultural and sports content, drawing upon our relationships with agents and content providers in Brazil and around the world, as well as content developed internally, such as our Copa Caixa Stock Car, Copa Petrobras de Marcas, Copa Chevrolet Montana and Mini Challenge (BMW Mini Cooper racing series).

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