On Thursday, Aug. 24, 2023, it was announced on X (formerly Twitter) that YouTube duo Kreekcraft and Karl Jacobs would be embarking on an exclusive live tour to promote their Roblox development company, Pixel Playground. This tour event will be coming to three different cities in the US and will feature Q&As, meet and greets, live video recordings, and more. The first show will take place in Miami, FL on Oct. 7, 2023, the second show will take place in Houston, TX on Oct. 29, 2023, and the third and final show will take place in Long Beach, CA on Nov. 11, 2023. Tickets for this show are on sale now and can be purchased via the official Pixel Playground website.
Each show on this tour is set to last 90 minutes and will allow fans to "be part of the Roblox universe," with Kreek and Karl giving those in the audience an "exclusive look at the next big things from their Roblox studio." At the time of this article's publication, the duo has one experience that's currently active under the Pixel Playground brand, GAMESHOW, which was released on Aug. 17, 2023, and has already garnered more than a million plays. At the live show, fans will be shown never-before-seen updates coming to GAMESHOW, along with other exclusive content.
Kreekcraft and Karl Jacobs first announced their partnership on X on March 25, 2023, and their combined YouTube channel, titled Pixel Playground, launched a week later, on April 2, 2023. On this comedy/gaming channel, the two YouTubers (who both have a public history with Roblox) team up or go head to head in various Roblox experiences while poking fun at each other along the way. Their content on both channels is labeled "family friendly," and contains minimal amounts of crude humor and swearing/"inappropriate" language. Because of this, the live tour will likely be open to all audiences and safe for children, teens, and adults alike.
Tickets for this tour vary in price depending on seat location, but the total range falls between $35 to $110.
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