Video: British blokes spend thousands creating the ultimate man-caves

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A group of blokes who have splashed out thousands on building games rooms in their homes are competing to be crowned the owner of Britain’s Best Man Cave.

The innovative entries include a pub-style games room, an amusement arcade gamer’s paradise as well as a homage to Tottenham Hotspur FC. The winner of the UK Games Room of the Year 2016 will be judged by the public on their creativity, uniqueness and attention to detail of their particular man cave. More than 1,000 people entered the competition from around the UK, which have now been whittled down to ten regional finalists. The luxury pads include Simon Randall’s effort at his home in Barnstaple, Devon, which features a pool table, gambling machine, air hockey and fussball table. ‘Randall’s Place’ also features a bar with functioning beer and ale taps and an old fashioned jukebox.

The games room of Tony Stace from North Yorkshire.  The top ultimate man caves from across the UK have been unveiled in the hunt for the best games room in the UK.  See NTI story NTIGAMES.  Ten regional finalists, each selected from specific regions, have been joined by five �wildcard� entries in a bid to establish the nation�s number one games room.

The games room of Tony Stace from North Yorkshire. The top ultimate man caves from across the UK have been unveiled in the hunt for the best games room in the UK. See NTI story NTIGAMES. Ten regional finalists, each selected from specific regions, have been joined by five �wildcard� entries in a bid to establish the nation�s number one games room.

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