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Providing a place to play

Organized play, a term often used by game stores, can be an essential tool for brick-and-mortar hobby stores, says one retailer
By Nick Bullock
Published: September 16, 2013
On any given night, someone occupies the game space devoted to organized play at Millennium Games in Rochester, N.Y. Even on a quiet night, some six or eight teenagers will be there, trying out one of the store’s latest top sellers. On a busy night — say, for Magic Night — four or five dozen Magic: The Gathering players congregate around the more than 25 tables.

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