Read up on how we’re making the event as safe as possible
BYOC Opening at DreamHack Summer 2018 – Photo Credit: Gabriel Kulig
You’re the most important part of our festival because we’re built on community. It’s an obvious thing to say, but that’s why we’re trying so hard to make you not only feel safer but actually BE safer. If you think there’s something wrong, tell our staff and we’ll work with you to resolve the issue.
We are continuously evaluating our safety and security policies, which leads us to update our protocols then begin testing and implementing them. One reason is to make sure that nothing is brought to the event that should not be there. (Like cages filled with tigers. You can rest assured there will be no live tigers.)
Just know that the updated safety and security measures might cause delays so you’ll need to plan you accordingly. If you want to be in a BYOC tournament, for example, make sure you give yourself plenty of time to get through a long security line.