The Game On Party Truck is “delivering smiles” to Broken Arrow and the greater Tulsa area. The Broken Arrow Chamber celebrated Game On with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday.

 “This city is getting to be a better place to live all the time and [Game On] just adds to it,” Broken Arrow Vice Mayor Richard Carter said.

Game On offers gaming parties for all occasions — tailgates, birthdays, bachelor parties and team building experiences for companies.

Game On Party Truck is outfitted with four large flat-screen televisions inside, a comfortable long leather couch and an impressive collection of video games. On the outside of the party truck are two larger flat screen televisions for games that involve more movement, like Just Dance.

And the best part is that they come right to you. They “pull right up to your door,” says Richard Ewalt, president of the Broken Arrow Chamber ambassador committee.

“We throw the best parties in town,” said Jocelyn Guzman, one of the owners of Game On.

Jocelyn and her husband, Genaro Blake started their business three months ago. Their three wonderful sons — Santiago and Luis, both age 8, and Genaro, 10 — were the inspiration for business.

Game On is a family-owned and operated business. And while there are many places to game in Tulsa, there aren’t as many places in rural areas. Guzman and Blake travel to these areas and provide a place for gamers to play.

They also host gaming tournaments and are hopeful to participate in many of Tulsa’s upcoming conventions.

Game On brings the party to your house, but perhaps a better tagline joked Blake is a comment he hears from many moms, “Wow, my house is not a mess and everybody’s happy!”

For more information, or to book your own party, call 918-804-GAME or visit

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