BRITISH blokes are spending a fortune to be crowned owner of the country's best man cave.
More than 1,000 fellas entered the competition from across the UK, and have been whittled down to ten regional finalists, including two wild card entries.
The winner of the UK Games Room of the Year 2017 will be judged by the public on the creativity, uniqueness and attention to detail of their "mantuary".
The competition is being run by Home Leisure Direct. Managing director Andy Beresford said: "This has been our best year yet for entries and we've really struggled with the shortlisting process.
"There really have been some outstanding efforts, but we've managed to whittle it down to what we view as the best of the best and, as you can see, there's an excellent selection on offer."
Here, we take a peek inside the ten finalists' retreats.
Hopefuls include a hangout dedicated to Las Vegas, called the Pink Panther Bar, which has been decked out with fruit machines.
Meanwhile, Ben Buey built an outside man cave with bar and chilling area called Wonky Donkey – named after a drawing his nine-year-old nephew gave him.
Eddie Mabin has turned the clock back for his man cave in his home in Poole, Dorset, after transforming it into a gaming arcade from his childhood.
His haven is packed with games, including pin ball, Doctor Who and Star Wars, while the walls are decorated with 90s-style graffiti.
And football-mad Peter Goldby has dedicated his home to his beloved West Ham Utd, complete with Upton Park street sign and dozens of signed shirts taking pride of place on the walls.
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