What is a LAN Party?
2000 players under the same roof and sharing the same connection: this is our Party, a great meeting of players and fans. But not everyone who attends a LAN Party goes to play video games. Many are programmers, DJs, graphic designers or technology fans who come to enjoy the opportunities offered by the high-speed connection and of course, the fact of being gathered for days with people who share the same concerns and hobbies.
DreamHack is proud to be recognized as the world’s largest LAN Party, a milestone achieved at its ‘DreamHack Winter’ stop in Jönköping, Sweden, in 2015, where more than 21,923 devices were connected to the LAN at the same time.
In Spain, the culture of the LAN Party is growing up year after year. This year there will be 2,000 attendees to our LAN Party, a great milestone for DreamHack Sevilla, which joins to the DreamHack Spain family this year.
What should I keep in mind to attend?
The first thing you must do is buy your ticket. To participate in this area is essential to buy the BYOC ticket or BYOC VIP, only these two types of tickets have access to this area, make sure to purchase yours correctly.
We leave you information about the most important aspects to attend a LAN Party:
– I’m a minor and I want to attend to DreamHack Sevilla: https://dreamhack.es/sevilla/menores/
– You can carry a console and not carry a PC, but you will not be able to participate in tournaments.
– It’s my first DreamHack but I’m not sure what I should bring to have the best experience: BYOC backpack