The Arcade March 2019 Round Opens


On 1st March, The Arcade officially opened it’s doors for the March 2019 round in Second Life. This month’s gacha event features 100 of the grid’s best designers and builders. There are high quality prizes at the various gacha machines within the Arcade which are worth getting.

About The Arcade 

Set in a seaside build that evokes the whimsical feel of the penny arcades of early 1900’s Coney Island and Brighton Pier, The Arcade strives to present a nostalgic atmosphere that welcomes an audience seeking great gacha prizes, and continues to be a favorite destination for photographers and enthusiasts of vintage architecture.

With events planned in June, September, December and March, The Arcade features an eclectic mix of designers with proven quality. Content creators are invited because of their demonstrated commitment to the quality of their merchandise and unique perspectives as artists. The result is a well-rounded collection of must-have attire, goods and novelties to delight and enthrall shoppers. Guests will discover there’s something special for everyone at The Arcade.

Please spread the word about The Arcade March 2019 round.

Event ends on 31st March 2019.

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2 thoughts on “The Arcade March 2019 Round Opens

  1. Reblogged this on Thar She Blows! and commented:
    Usually Orcabog refrains from supporting commercial activities but I’ve heard The Arcade is a mighty big deal in SL society of sheeples. So I’m gonna reblog Daniel’s announcement of The Arcade gacha event for March 2019.

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