Smash Bros. Video Game Tournament Returns in Erie
Basement Transmissions is still hosting events after Friday night's shooting incident but with increased security.
It hosted the second Smash Bros. video game tournament Sunday.
In just one month, the tournament went from just more than 70 competitors to more than 100 and is expected to continue to grow.
Organizers said it is a way to bring gamers together to compete against each other in the game they love, just like they did when they were growing up.
"Now that we've all become adults, we can actually do stuff like this, where it's not just a couple of guys on a Friday night, but it's over a hundred people coming out to enjoy the game," said Thomas Dorsey, co-organizers of the Smash Bros. tournament.
The event also collected donations for the ANNA Shelter.