Based in Chester County since 2010, Rolling Game Station is the first independently owned and operated Video Game Truck in the area.
Video games have always been a passion and we are happy to bring this experience to your door-step and share our love of gaming with you and your guests.
Since our first party in 2010, we’ve mashed buttons with more than 30,000 gamers. We have done everything from birthday parties to local community events, fundraisers and day camps. No event is too big or too small.
We will respond to booking requests, emails, phone calls and our contact forms within 24 hours. Please keep an eye on your email and spam folders for answers to your questions and booking requests.
Elizabeth and Michael Kazanjian (Ka-Zan-Gin, it’s not as intimidating as it looks), are the new owners of Rolling Game Station and they can’t wait to share their excitement with the community. Currently residing in Downingtown with their three children (one obsessed gamer, one casual gamer and one soon-to-be-gamer), Elizabeth and Michael know their way around a kid’s party and know what it takes to keep them entertained.
Elizabeth grew up in Long Island, NY before relocating to Pennsylvania for college. For seven years, she taught high school at Owen J. Roberts in Pottstown. In addition to her more-than-fulltime job of being a mom, Elizabeth teaches CCD at St. Elizabeth’s Parish in Downingtown and leads a local Girl Scout troop. When she has the time, you’ll find Elizabeth attached to her Amazon Kindle or in the garden.
Michael, a Drexel Hill native, has been a video game devotee since he was old enough to walk. If you listen closely, you can still him screaming after he unwrapped his Sega Genesis in 1989. An experienced and recognized marketing professional for the past 15 years, Michael’s passions extend to music (he’s been a guitar player since the age of 14), movies and all things pop-culture.