We are proud to announce our second LAN; Avalanche II is taking place on the 20th and 21st of July 2013.
After our first LAN we heard many requests for more space so we have moved to a larger venue; the South West Italian Club.
Many of you who attended Reload and SWLAN will be familiar with the much more spacious venue.
Just like last time we will be running several tournaments. Keep an eye out for the Tournament schedule and Prizes which will be published here at later date.
For the next month we are offering a special early bird price of $20 per ticket so register early to guarantee your seat and save yourself some money.
Registrations have opened and you can buy your ticket here.
A new league for University and Tafe students (as well as alumni) has been founded for Starcraft. They are currently looking for participants. If you are a student and keen on playing or otherwise getting involved then send an email to email@example.com or post on their Facebook page.
For the League of Legends players there is a tournament taking place this weekend in Net Café’s nation wide. The qualifiers can be played in Perth at Mid City with a prize pool of $250.
Entry is $100 per team, you can read the full details at CyberGamer.
Missed out on a Redflag ticket?
Don’t fret, Albany Gamers are hosting their 3rd LAN on the 27th of April.
They have dedicated servers for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Team Fortress 2, DayZ Mod
Minecraft, Quake 3 and more.
You can get more info and buy tickets at thier website AlbanyGamers.com.au
RFLAN 43 is on the 20th of April at Curtin Stadium in Perth.
You can get tickets over here.
They run tournaments for many games including Counterstrike:GO, Dota2, Leauge of Legends, Team Fortress 2, Call of Duty 4 and Starcraft 2.
Speaking of Starcraft 2; the new expansion Heart of the Swarm is out today! Upcoming tournaments at Avalanche and other LANs including Redflag will be based on this expansion.
Join our Group in Starcraft by searching for Avalanche or using this link starcraft://group/6/162 (put it in your web browser or the run command)