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Intel® Arc™ Graphics Gaming Truck, Ready To Roll!

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Intel is about to unleash its gaming arcade truck in North America.  This truck is designed to give up to 30 gamers at a time their first hands-on gaming experience with Intel® Arc™ graphics.




The gaming truck is a fully functional gaming café, designed for either casual or tournament game play.  It expands out from a collapsed dimension of 54.5 feet long by 8.5 feet wide to a spacious 60 feet long by 22 feet wide gaming arcade when fully deployed. The truck is fully air conditioned with adjustable lighting, allowing for a comfortable and immersive gaming experience.

“The main idea behind the truck is to communicate and make accessible Intel Arc GPUs as gamer-focused products. We built the gaming truck so we could bring the fun of gaming on Intel Arc graphics directly to the community,” said Eric Mantion, Intel Insider Community Engagement Manager (Nerd Herder). “We will have a dozen of today’s most popular games available so gamers can get a real-world experience on Intel’s first discrete graphics product.



Each gaming station within the truck will be powered by an Intel® NUC 12 Extreme system with a custom Intel® Arc™ Graphics RGB plate, an Intel® Core™ i9-12900 processor, and Intel® Arc™ A770 Limited Edition Graphics card.




Additionally, gamers will get to experience (provided by the respective vendor): SteelSeries Apex Pro Keyboard, Aerox 3 Mouse, Arctis 5 Headset, & QcK Edge Mousepad, and an AGON PRO AG254FG Tournament Monitor.  Many events will also include Backforce One premium gaming chairs






The gaming truck hits the road early September and will be rolling into Seattle, Washington for  PAX West 2022 from September 2nd to September 5th.  It will be accessible to PAX attendees in the expo hall.  Attendees can expect to play:  Elden Ring, Grid Legends, The Riftbreaker, Redout 2, Dota 2 and more.

Beyond PAX, the truck is scheduled to attend a series of LANFests, Gaming tournaments, retail locations and industry events across North America. “This truck is a re-usable event booth and LAN party on wheels, allowing gamers to experience the power of Intel Arc graphics in their own backyard, or at an industry event they plan to attend,” said Bob Duffy, Arc Community Engagement Manager. “Bringing Intel Arc GPUs to gamers was the motivation behind our vision.”

Event attendees can expect between 15 minutes to a full hour of gameplay (depending on the event, venue and attendance) from an evolving and rotating list of roughly a dozen games.     

 Event Schedule (dates and location may change, check back here for updates)

  • Sept 2nd-5th, Seattle WA, PAX West
  • Oct 1st-3rd, Castle Rock CO, LANFest Colorado
  • Oct 22nd-24th, Dallas TX, LAN All Night
  • Oct 29th-31st, Austin TX, LANFest Austin
  • Nov 18th-20th, Atlanta GA, DreamHack 11

If you have questions, want more information about the Intel Arc Gaming Truck or would like to request it at your event or venue, please add your comments and requests to the #GamingTruck Channel at the Intel Insiders Discord Community, the @IntelGraphics twitter handle or email the Intel Arc Gaming Truck


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Director of Intel Graphic Community Engagement and Senior Technology Evangelist for Intel Graphics. From Bob: My first PC was a Commodore Vic20. With the upgrade pack I was writing 8K programs stored on a cassette tape drive. I did a lot of fun gaming and graphics coding back in the early PC days. I started my professional career in marketing & graphic design, then made the transition to IT work in the late 90's. After 2 brief years as a VP bigshot for two dot coms, I started my own company doing web applications and design. (lots of Photoshop, & ColdFusion, and Sculpt4D work). I eventually landed at Intel in Corporate Marketing managing's social media and community strategy, then supporting our dev community programs. I am now happy to marry all that experience and support our growing graphics community. Outside of work, I am probably researching digital art or messing around with Blender 3D or doodling a cartoon. Find me on Twitter @bobduffy