“GameWars expansion was driven by our success in South Florida. Customers kept asking if we had other locations outside of South Florida so franchising was the natural choice for us.”
Boynton Beach, FL (PRWEB) March 06, 2013
GameWars is a mobile video game entertainment company that brings its custom gaming stations to parties and events for clients. The company is excited to announce that it is franchising and looking to partner with entrepreneurs who want to join one of the most exciting companies in the industry.
“GameWars expansion was driven by our success in South Florida. Customers kept asking if we had other locations outside of South Florida so franchising was the natural choice for us.” said Matthew Kochman, owner and founder of GameWars. “We have a unique business model, a low cost of entry, and provide support and training to make our franchisees successful.”
GameWars opened its doors in 2009 and quickly grew to become South Florida’s premiere video game entertainment company. Their business is based on providing the latest video game technology for birthday parties, corporate events, college tournaments, summer camps and other private events. On average GameWars makes $800 per event.
With their unique trailer system and custom gaming stations, GameWars offers entrepreneurs a formula for success. “Nobody else in the industry can match our setup and offer the experience we provide. This is what makes our business special and why customers keep coming back to us for more and more events,” boasts Matthew.
To help promote events and grow the business GameWars has partnered with Destructoid, http://www.destructoid.com, who reach 3.5 million users per month. True gamers flock to Destructiod and this partnership will help franchisees to grow their business through additional exposure. Niero Gonzalez, owner of Destrucoid.com, summed up the partnership.
“After working with GameWars on a few events we realized the tremendous upside this company had to grow. By combining forces we now have the online presence as well as a business on the ground.”