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xorkon

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  1. @AppleRepairLady If your son is planning on participating in any of the 4 official tournaments (Rocket League, Rainbow 6 Siege, Overwatch, and League of Legends), then I would suggest making sure the PC he games on will meet and exceed the minimum system requirements for these games, and preferably at the recommended specs . Otherwise, just make sure whichever game he has in his collection he will be playing at the event will be supported by the PC he can bring. Rocket League System Requirements: https://support.rocketleague.com/hc/en-us/articles/360020051214-What-are-the-minimum-system-requirements-on-Steam- Rainbow 6 Siege System Requirements: https://support.ubi.com/en-us/faqs/000024693/Minimum-Requirements-PC-RSIX7/ Overwatch System Requirements: https://us.battle.net/support/en/article/65159 League of Legends System Requirements: https://support.riotgames.com/hc/en-us/articles/201752654-Minimum-and-Recommended-System-Requirements Other games/events mentioned by Dreamhack as popular at the events include build-offs in Minecraft and Terraria, private free-for-all servers in PUBG and Fortnite, and 32v32 brawls in Quake and UT. Alternatively, you can also check system requirements for other games at https://www.systemrequirementslab.com/cyri Your gaming laptop will have no problem playing any of the 4 listed official tournament games.
  2. @CPotter My wife and I are attending and I bought the BYOC ticketx2 under my email/name. I saw that there is an option to gift/transfer your ticket to friend/family, but is it necessary for me to gift/transfer one of the two tickets I bought to my wife? The reason I ask is that when seating chart becomes available, I would rather pick both seats together instead of having me pick one and run the risk of my wife not able to pick the seat next to me as I am sure plenty of people will be trying to pick seats around the same time. Basically, are tickets bound to individuals and we will need to show ID with matching name to be able to pick up out pass, or can I have two passes with the same name and my wife and I each wear one? At tixr site, you have the option to edit the name for the LTX Merch Packs, but the edit option isn't available for the BYOC passes, otherwise I wouldn't be needing to ask this question. Thanks for taking the time to answer.
  3. originally I was a little confused because the title here and on the LTX Expo site states "10 Years of Gaming PC" but both places emphasized more on the games rather than the PC hardware, so I thought perhaps the title should have been "10 Years of PC Gaming"... But if it is more focused on the PC hardware which are representative of each of the last 10 years of hardware advancements and then each PC will feature games which were released or popular at the time, then that would be interesting to see. Perhaps the PCs can be in completely see-through cases so we can see all the parts as they have changed in the last decade, and then we can try the different games representative of each year on them and experience the difference. I have complete working gaming PCs I've kept and restored I can donate to this display if LMG is looking for donated parts, as I am sure this awesome community all have, just let us know!
  4. That's a great list, by any chance if the guys at HardwareCanucks were invited? Would love to see them there as well.
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