No pre-qualifiers will be held for this tournament
You have to be physically present in our festival in Jönköping, Sweden. This tournament is played fully on LAN.
The age limit is 13.
Participants aged 13-18 will have to submit a signed parental consent form. This form can be filled in before the event or at the event, but must be signed and handed in to our Booth in D-hall.
SOLOS. The tournament is played in three stages.
The first stage is open for everyone to sign up and the best 200 of each heat advance to stage 2.
We have three different heats: red, blue, and yellow. Two of these will be played on Friday at different times and the last will be played on Saturday.
A player can sign up for all of these three heats.
You can play up to ten (10) matches in each heat and the best 200 players will advance from each heat.
Once you have advanced you may not play additional heats in stage 1.
Stage 2 will advance 100 players to the Grand Final.
You can play up to ten (10) matches and the best 100 players will advance.
100 players in a eight (8) game series with small breaks in between each game.
Elimination gives 5 points
Total prizepool 250,000 USD
Can’t bring your computer but still want to enter the tournament? Good news! You have the chance to play from our Free Play area.
No signup is needed.
Players that do not have a BYOC ticket will be accepted on a first come first serve basis from the waiting line at the Free Play area.
The Free Play area will be cleared out after each heat and filled with new players from the waiting line. For more information about the format and heats, click here.
Players that qualify to the qualifying round and Grand Final will have a guaranteed spot in the Free Play area
Yes, peripherals and equipment are provided in the Free Play area. Due to logistical constraints, you are not allowed to bring your own to replace these equipment.
There are no guarantees of participation in the free play area due to limited number of spots, also the provided peripherals must be used.
The age limit is 13.
Participants aged 13-18 will have to submit a signed parental consent form. This form can be filled in before the event or at the event, but must be signed and handed in to our Booth in D-hall. You have to print out and bring your signed consent form if your parents are not on-site.
This tournament is fully played on LAN only (offline).
Participants aged 13-18 will have to submit a signed parental consent form.
This form can be filled in before the event or at the event, but must be signed and handed in to our Booth in D-hall. You have to print out and bring your signed consent form if your parents are not on-site.
If you have not received your confirmation mail after 72 hours, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Cross play is allowed, except on mobile.
BYOC stands for “Bring Your Own Computer”.
This ticket grants you a seat and table in our LAN, a LAN connection, and access to all open tournaments and activities at our festival. For a more detailed description, head to the ticket page.
Yes you’ll be able to rent a PC & screen on our ticketing platform Tixr. Limited quantity left!
DreamHack is a three-day gaming lifestyle festival.
Our festivals are all about the massive BYOC (Bring Your Own Computer or Console) party, paired with a plethora of competitive tournaments and international esports competitions happening.
Visitors are able to check out the latest gaming and tech gear at the Expo, and take part in all sorts of different activities! Activities include tournaments, cosplay, tabletop games and more!
For more information, check out the festival FAQ page.
Jönköping is a city in Sweden.
Find out ways to get here from our travel page. On that page you will also find accommodation suggestions.
Further questions can be directed to email@example.com