Games Room of the Year 2017 - Finalists

Posted by Jakub 17 OCTOBER 2017

The time has finally come to choose the finalists of Games Room of the Year 2017 competition.

This year has exceeded our expectations with the sheer amount of great entries coming in! Overall we had triple the amount we had last year!


Thank you to all of the people who entered Games Room of the Year 2017 with their amazing games rooms. We had to choose 10 finalists to go through to the public voting round. It was really hard to decide as all of the entries that we receieved were of such a high standard.


We've chosen a mix of converted garages, garden buildings, arcade rooms and much more. Here are our 10 choices for the finals of Games Room of the Year 2017, in no particular order.


Glen Scarrott

The first finalist in our 10 is Glen Scarrott with the Click where he practices pool and holds many parties.


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John Bennett

Our next games room of choice came from John Bennett. He made his games room to bring his friends together for any sports events while keeping them entertained.


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Ian Whittle

Ian Whittle’s games room is our next finalist. He and his wife turned their brewery into an awesome games room with a bar filled with homebrew.


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Eddie Mabin

The next Games Room of the Year finalist is Eddie Mabin who created his dream games room based on his childhood arcades.The nostalgia is strong in this games room.


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Ryan Bishop

Next up for the finalist of Games Room of the Year 2017 is Ryan Bishop with his dreamlike interior design games room.


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Ben Buey

Our next finalist for Games Room of the Year 2017 is Ben Buey with the Wonkey Donkey. It’s a great place for his family and friends to enjoy themselves. The best thing about it, his nephew created the logo for his games room. 


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Peter Goldby

Next finalist for Games Room of the Year 2017 is Peter Goldby with an amazing pub like games room that is being visited more than the pub these days.


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Steve Simmons

This Games Room of the Year 2017 finalist is coming from Steve Simmons. His purple colour scheme really complements the white finish pool table in his games room.


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Andy Blair

Andy’s Pink Panther Bar is next up on our finalist's list. His Las Vegas inspired games room is filled with a bar, fruit machine, memorabilia and much more.


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Simon Randall

Last but not least is Simon Randall’s games room. 15 years in the making, this two-story, games room/pub/bar is an ever-growing collection of fun for all.


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Wildcard Finalists

In addition to our nominated finalists, we also selected two wildcard finalists based on their reception on social media. There were two entries that clearly caught the eyes of the public.

John Fenner

John Fenner built his games room from scratch in his back garden to be the perfect place to spend time with the family and friends. The room features awesome green lighting, memorabillia and an English pool table.



Graeme Strachan

Our second wildcard entry comes from Graeme Strachan, and his incredibly finished loft conversion dedicated to Aberdeen FC. The whole bar is colour coordinated to the club's colours, and features a bar, dartboard and seating to watch the game. 



These are our 12 finalists for Games Room of the Year 2017. Who did you like the most?

There's not a lot of time left to choose your favourite! Click the link below to vote for your favourite games room! Voting ends midnight, 12th November 2017.


For more information on Games Room of the Year 2017 contact our marketing team at [email protected]



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