Magic Pixel | Kansas City Fighting Game Community Events
Tue 04 JUN

Magic Pixel Weekly #52

  • 7:00 PM CDT
  • 113 S Mur-Len Rd, Olathe, KS 66062, USA
  • 28

52 weeklies marks an entire year of Magic Pixel! It’s unreal to think we’ve been doing it for this long already, but here we are, stronger than ever. Thanks to everyone that’s come out and made this thing what it is today! For our brackets this night, we’ll be playing Melty Blood: Type Lumina and Guilty Gear: Strive. Come out and celebrate a year of Magic Pixel with us!

As always, in addition to the brackets listed, casuals are welcome for any game all night as long as setups are available, so please bring your favorite game out!

Fee and Schedule

Doors open at 7pm, please pay your $5 venue fee on arrival. The venue fee is paid to Larry’s Game Store directly, either in-person while the shop is open, or on the LGS website after hours. This is what allows us to continue using the space, so please make sure you’ve paid before you leave!

We will be playing in the shop’s event space, which is two doors to the left of the shop itself. Game entry fees are collected by the TO, and are CASH ONLY. The event schedule is detailed in the Events section of the sidebar, and is also always listed on the Magic Pixel Events page.

Participants must bring their own controller and any necessary adapter, though we do have a limited number of community PS4 controllers and Brook PS5 adapters available. We rely on all of you to be able to run our brackets, so please bring your setup out (a playstation with the game + all character DLC + a monitor) if you are able!


Come check out the discord to be a part of the future of the Magic Pixel Weekly, and get in on our Sunday night casuals event. Keep an eye on our hub for future events too, as well as for more of what’s going on in the KC scene!

About Us

Magic Pixel is a collective of fighting game players committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming place to play for everyone. Our events are run for the community, by the community, and our priority will always be to cultivate an environment where the games played each week are the games the community wants to play.