Liberty company offers mobile gaming center

LIBERTY TOWNSHIP, Ohio (WKBN) —  For people who love video games, a company in Liberty has a new toy just for them.

It’s called the Video Party Express. On Thursday, it visited the Akiva Academy at the Jewish Community Center in Youngstown.

Inside there are five high-definition, 3-D televisions where people can play any of the latest gaming systems. It fits 28 players, plus 10 spectators.

The trailer is also equipped with a satellite dish for sports viewing and tailgating.

“They are winding down their school year and what better way to do it than an afternoon of videogaming with friends,” said Video Party Express owner Cherie Howard.

Video Party Express is available for rent and will go anywhere in Mahoning, Trumbull and Columbiana counties and parts of western Pennsylvania.

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