FRANKFORT, N.Y. - Herkimer County's first ever "Central New York Gaming and Entertainment Expo" attracted about 5-thousand people to the Fairgrounds Saturday night.
People were able to take part in an endless amount of games with the purchase of a 20-dollar ticket.
There were more than 40 video games to play plus poker tournaments, live music, food, and more.
This years success has organizers already planning two more events for next year.
"We're scheduled to do one in April of next year, and September of next year. And what we're gonna do is put all the money back into the event to get bigger bands, more games, and more performers," said event organizer Glenn Waldron.
For gamers that were looking for a more hands on experience, there was a laser tag tournament and a rock wall.