Have you got the best game room in Bedford?

Send us your pictures as well as making sure you vote in national competition and we might just feature you

By Clare Turner
Wednesday, 4th November 2020, 5:17 pm
Updated Wednesday, 4th November 2020, 5:18 pm

The UK’s best games rooms go head to head in Home Leisure Direct’s knockout Games Room of the Year competition returning for the fifth year.

Now, it’s time to decide who is destined for 2020’s leaderboard, with the grand prize of a whopping £1,000 cash up for grabs, it’s up to the public to vote for the winner.

As well as voting in the competition, we'd love to see your game rooms. Send your pictures to [email protected] with your name, address and details and we can feature them on our website.

Bedford finalist Ryan Narang's game room

To vote, visit hereBedford finalist Ryan Narang thinks his games room should be crowned the winner.

He said: "This whole build was constructed for the pure purpose of creating a games room unlike the likes of anything we had seen before, and absolutely everything has been purposely selected to complement its surroundings - a mix of a modern, contemporary style with all the classic games."

Games room retailer Home Leisure Direct has brought back Games Room of the Year for a lockdown special.

During 2020 staying 'in-in' has become the new 'out-out' as more and more people invest time and creativity into their very own pride and joy. Whilst several pubs and clubs are being forced to shut their doors many Brits are spending their lockdown in style.

Bedford finalist Ryan Narang's game room

Andy Beresford, co-founder of Home Leisure Direct said: “This year has been like no other. Families have spent more time at home, so building an 'oasis' in which to entertain themselves and their family has given people purpose by having a project to work on."

The submitted entries have been narrowed down by the Home Leisure Direct team to 10 finalists.