DreamHack Crew has been around for over 20 years and is a tight knit community of volunteers who gathers for each event to have fun, learn new skills, and be part of one of the best communities in the World.
Our crew is an integral part of creating our esport tournaments, activity zoners, Expo, our large BYOC LAN, main stage and much more. As a member of our Crew you will spend 16 hours per day having fun with new and old friends, eating as we provide free food during the whole event, playing in the dedicated Crew LAN, sleeping in dedicated and silent Crew Areas and experiencing the event. The remaining 8 hours you will work with awesome colleagues in one of our teams.
If you are 18 years or older you can be a part of the DreamHack Crew family, but which team to join?
You don’t need to have a specific set of skills to join DreamHack Crew. There’s a team for everyone above 18 years old, whether you want to learn something new or immerse yourself in your profession.
Together we rock the DreamHack’s entrance and check-in.
Responsible for the Activity Zones, Stream Studio, Retro, Freeplay and other fun stuff!
We are a bunch of artful & innovative people that build and run the legendary puzzle hunt that challenges your problem solving skills. Formerly known as “DreamHack Game”.
If you enjoy keeping things neat and tidy this is for you! Cleaners are also the one team that receive a small salary.
We are first on site to build DreamHack before any other team arrives. We hang banners, construct LAN tables and large structures out of truss. Our work ends 2 days before the event start so to be in our team you need to be assigned to another team during the event..
Creativity spurs through your fingers and if you simply adore cosplay, we’d love to have you.
We digitally document DreamHack through photography and videography.
We take care of Crew, check in, food, make crew area awesome and tend to the sleeping area.
Our hard work starts when the event is coming to an end. The team stays after all the other crew has left Elmia on the 2nd of December, working closely with DreamHack HQ staff to finish up the event.
Together we ensure that the broadcast from DreamHack are as crisp as they can.
We administrate the BYOC tournaments and run the esport info booth.
We handle all security around esport stages and tournament areas.
This is the special forces of crew. A small group of problems solvers who respond to issues that arise during the event. A banner falls down, a critical spotlight goes out? Festival support responds!
Everything has to have a good flow! We take care of the logistics of shopping, travel and forklifts.
Meeeerch! We build DreamHack Store where we sell DreamHack and Team merchandise.
Be part of creating the magic and join us! We build and run the DreamHack Main Stage.
Our visitors should have the best care and here we make sure that all medical problems are taken care of.
We operate the 20+ and 20+ Premium area with a focus on giving every participant the greatest DreamHack yet.
An eye for good service and love to meet people? Then being a part of this crew is for you. We take care of DreamHack kiosks and sell all snacks/drinks.
The team that handles the general safety and security around DreamHack.
We provide the answers to all visitors’ questions and manage the support of guest hardware and software.
We build DreamHack’s network and electricity.
As Crew, you are expected to work 8-10 hours per day over the event days and/or setup days (hour requirements and days may vary by team), the remaining time can be spent having fun with new and old friends, eating as we provide free food during the event, playing in the dedicated Crew BYOC LAN, winning cool stuff from the Crew Raffle and much more!
Crew are required to show up at least the day before the event opens (Wednesday, 27 Nov). It’s also highly encouraged to join the Construction Crew that arrives early to the event, so you get to know as many new friends as possible! If you are 18 years or older and want to be a part of the DreamHack Crew family, please apply at the sign up button below!
If you have any questions, you can send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.