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The Stacks – Sonoma Stacks Up at the Vet Center


On his first run through, Sonoma County Stack Lead Anthony played a solo round and despite being interrupted to sign for the pizza, he managed to fight his way to a delicious Chicken Dinner! We began to rotate through solo matches attempting to score that infamous chicken dinner, only to be thwarted by a glitch that renders Juan stuck in a wall. He fought bravely as he had no ability to move or duck to avoid the barrage of bullets of each enemy that discovered him. He did pick off a few of them before the play zone closed in around him.

There would be no further chicken dinners and the chase will again resume next month at the April LAN Zone event where all consoles with PUBG will be updated that day to ensure we are able to run squads together.

We played an Xbox OG classic as well. Fusion Frenzy. Many of us remembered how much we loved playing this game and how many hours were spent playing on it. One person recalled that it was the second most played game for them on the OG Xbox, second only to Halo!

It was a great night and despite the lower than usual turnout, we will persist. These events have been going on for over a year and we have seen what we can and have accomplished in serving our local veteran community.

If you would like to get involved and are in the San Francisco area hit up the Sonoma County chapter of The Stacks HERE! Not in the Bay area, no worries we have chapters of The Stacks all over the country, hit this LINK to find out more and Stack Up in your town today!

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Founded in 2015, Stack Up (TAX ID: 47-5424265) brings both veterans and civilian supporters together through a shared love of video gaming through our primary programs: The Stacks, Supply Crates, Air Assaults, and the Stack Up Overwatch Program [StOP].

Stack Up helps US and Allied military service members get through deployments to combat zones and recover from traumatic physical and emotional injuries with the power of video gaming.