Up for a LAN in Hatfield, Pretoria? GamersXtreme has you covered with a two day LAN at the Philadelphia Church Hall!
The cost is R120, or R100 if you previously booked one of the 40 spots available by contacting GamersXtreme in one of the following ways:
By email: gamersxtremeZA@gmail.com
Via private message on their Facebook page: www.facebook.com/gamersxtremeZA
Or by SMS on: 072 771 4047.
Required info: Full name, email, nickname, and contact number
You will need to bring your PC rig and monitor, or laptop to use at the LAN, as well as your own food and drink. Games will be played on a gigabit network with internet access and secure parking for the event available to players. Both casual and competitive players are encouraged to attend.
Come join in the LAN goodness at the Plaasteater - Cape Town!
Games that will be played:
Call of duty 4
Call of duty 5 World at war
Call duty Modern Warfare 2
Left 4 dead 2
Team fortress 2
Additional games may be played at the event.
10/100 Mbps (Normal) Seats - R100
10/100/1000 Mbps (Gigabit) Seats - R120
Spectators are welcome.
We use a DC++ Server for file copying to ensure lag free gaming.
Things you'll need to bring:
Your own PC and accessories:
( Mouse, Keyboard, Screen, Power Cord )
*A multiplug to ensure you have available power plugs for your PC and screen.
Your own food and cool drinks, you may bring money to buy beverages or chips at the Plaasteater.
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