All visitors will be required to sign a waiver. DreamHack reserves the right without further notice to change the rules. DreamHack Mumbai is open for all ages (14-18 require parent or legal guardian to sign a waiver, below 14 require supervision at all times on-site) but the event—including tournaments, exhibitors and partners showing games and other material—may contain content not suitable for all ages. Updates are posted as soon as possible to DreamHack.com/mumbai. The visitor waiver can be found on the Parental Information page. It can be printed out and prepared before attending the event for quicker entry.
Each participant must follow the instructions from DreamHack’s crew, fire and security guards, as well as local authorities such as police, fire brigade, etc. (even if these instructions go against DreamHack rules).
DreamHack has a ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY for any kind of harassment, including but not limited to: demeaning language; threats; hate crimes; intimidation; non-consensual photography or recording; stalking; inappropriate physical contact; unwelcome physical attention; statements or verbal exchanges that threaten or express contempt of ethnicity, religious belief, sexual orientation, citizenship, appearance, body size, age, disability, and gender identity.
The ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY applies to EVERYONE attending DreamHack including but not limited to: Attendees, Crew, Press, Staff, Exhibitors & Guests.
We encourage everyone to immediately report any sign of harassment—both to yourself or if you witness it happening to someone else. Report it to a member of DreamHack crew and/or to local police authorities. The DreamHack crew members have T-shirts clearly marked with CREW on the back.
If you break these rules, you may be banned from the event entirely or partially for an indefinite period of time with no refund.
Drugs in any form do not belong and are not allowed to be taken onto DreamHack premises. People intoxicated and/or under the influence of drugs/other non-allowed substances will not be allowed on the premises, at any time. People found intoxicated and/or on drugs will be taken off the premises. Smoking and the use of electronic cigarettes is strictly forbidden indoors and is only allowed in designated areas outside.
Each table and seat rental is valid for one (1) person and one (1) computer at the event. With each ticket you receive a table space and a chair (seat) and the right to be inside DreamHack during the entire event according to opening/closing times posted on the website.
Your table and seat have a unique barcode number that will help you identify your position when you arrive at the entrance to the show. In exchange for your barcode number, you will receive a wristband that grants you access to walk freely in and out of DreamHack. You are required to show the wristband to our staff and crew each time you enter DreamHack. Our staff and crew may ask you to present your wristband at any time. Each barcode can be used only once! Any attempts to cheat the system will be reported to police immediately. If you are caught, you will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law.
If you have already paid for a ticket to rent a table and seat, your ticket cannot be refunded. Sickness or unforeseen events that prevent you from attending the show do not grant you a refund.
Should the event be cancelled it will be postponed to a later date. Table and seat rentals will not be refunded. The table and seat rental is valid for the new date of the postponed event.
Each registered user of the table and seat booking system is responsible to fill out all contact information correctly.
Any disruptions in the LAN or power net do not grant you a refund or reduced table and seat rental. Any canceled lectures, contests, or other activities do not grant you a refund or reduced table and seat rental.
The personal information that you fill out when registering are stored and processed by the organizer in charge of the processing. When you choose your table and seat position, your name, alias, group, and city will be visible on the seating web page. By agreeing to these terms you allow us to use your personal information as stated above.
Participation in the DreamHack event is at your own risk.
Follow our rules, use caution, and eat and sleep normally. It is highly recommended to get a full good night’s sleep if you intend to be driving to and/or from DreamHack.
The organizers are not liable for any economic loss in relation to DreamHack, directly or indirectly. For example, in case of a canceled event, electrical failure, or similar you will be fiscally responsible for any loss or damages to your belongings.
No person or persons shall hold the organizers liable.
The organizers are not responsible for personal belongings or equipment. Do not leave valuables and belongings unattended!
You are not allowed to handle or in any other way place clothes or other flammable material on power stations or the like. You are not allowed to hang or in any other way place anything on the electricity or network cables hanging in-between the table rows.
You are not allowed to use homemade electrical equipment. Please use electricity cables and extensions of good quality. Poor quality electrical cables or extension cords can harm your computer equipment and can also create ground leaks that will cause the failover circuits to shut down and result in your equipment being without power until corrected.
You are absolutely not allowed to bring any form of: toaster, microwave oven, coffee boiler, refrigerator, searchlight, or any other high power consuming or heat producing appliances. Even standard spotlights and common light bulbs are a fire risk and may only be used with extreme caution and may not be covered with flammable material such as paper, plastic, clothes, etc. The DreamHack crew has the right to confiscate your belongings after repeated warnings.
Fire in any form (candles, lighters, gas stoves, or the like) is not allowed to be used indoors.
You are not allowed to bring a bicycle, skateboard, roller skates, or similar transportation gear within the venue property. This does not apply to DreamHack crew.
You are responsible for keeping your table and seat and the surrounding area free of litter. Since litter can be flammable, it increases the risk of fire. Throw your garbage into the recycling bins placed in the aisles.
You are not permitted to bring an armchair, couch, or the like. These are both too large and contain too much combustible material. A simple office chair is allowed to replace the seat you rented.
You are not permitted to sleep underneath the tables or in the aisles.
You are not allowed to in any way store belongings in the aisle behind your seat. These aisles must be kept free in case of a fire or other emergency requiring evacuation! Your belongings should be able to fit underneath your table area. Do not bring anything that wouldn’t easily fit under an average home office desk.
Laser pointers are strongly prohibited at DreamHack. Your ticket and table and seat rental will be revoked. You will be removed from the event and not permitted to return.
Every participant should be aware that a disruption of the electrical and/or LAN grids can occur. The DreamHack crew will repair these problems with the highest priority.
Each participant must connect to their own appointed power outlets supplied by DreamHack at their designated seat and table rental location. You are not allowed to consume power from your neighbor or any other power outlet. This is very important to make sure that the load on the power circuits is balanced and thus decrease any chance of grounding issues.
Each table and seat may use an average of 275W. Please observe that the minimum capacity of what you plug in may not be as powerful as the minimum capacity of the outlet you’re plugging into. Failure to deliver the correct power to your devices may cause them to fail.
You are not allowed to bring any form of PA equipment or large speakers. To reduce the sound level and power consumption, we ask you to use headphones. If you can’t use headphones, too small computer speakers are okay at low volume, but any form of 3D system and subwoofers will be confiscated.
You are not permitted to connect your own WLAN access point or WLAN router to the DreamHack network.
If your computer is causing problems in the network such as viruses, attacks, etc., your computer will be disconnected until the problem is resolved. If you refuse to disconnect your computer from the network, we will evict you from the premises.
Each participant must take proper precautions to protect themselves from the network against the spread of viruses, spyware, etc. Everyone is advised to have an updated antivirus program and firewall installed.
Each person may only use one chair at every table and seat rental location. You cannot have more than one chair at your table. You are not allowed to pile two or more chairs on top of each other to create a higher chair, please bring a pillow instead!
You are in no way permitted to build your own table or extend pre-existing ones.
You may not alter or touch the DreamHack cables or equipment. You may only use the designated LAN cables and outlet for your table and seat rental location without altering them in any way.
DreamHack has no minimum age requirement though participants under the age of 18 should have their parent’s permission to attend DreamHack. Parents and/or guardians must be aware of the DreamHack rules! Visitors under the age of 14 must have parental supervision at all times.
Breaking local laws can lead to you being reported to the local authorities and immediately evicted from the premises until the police arrive to resolve the situation.
You are not permitted to sell anything without the permission of the organizers. This does not include occasional sales of second hand or personal belongings.
Putting up posters or any other spreading of commercial material, propaganda, or the like is strictly forbidden on the premises without special clearance from the organizers. Stickers and flyers should never be placed at an exhibitor’s booth or in an activity area without the permission from organizers respectfully.
DreamHack retains the legal right to place network cameras for publishing on the Internet and also publish photos taken inside and outside DreamHack on the internet without asking further permission from participants that may be visible in the pictures.