represents the first time the festival will hit our shores, and with it bringing all the goodness you’d expect – it’s easily on track to become Australia’s requisite gaming event of the year.
DreamHack Melbourne not only sees the return of large-scale in-person gaming mega-events to Australia (after a couple of years of digital hibernation), but it also marks the debut for the world’s premiere all-things games festival known as DreamHack on our shores. It’ll play host to a massive international CS:GO tournament with local and overseas teams, the best League of Legends players in the country will go head-to-head in the LCO Finals, and Halo Infinite pros will flex their Master-full skills in a regional Halo Championship Series.
Taking place over the weekend of September 2 to September 4, 2022, at Melbourne & Olympic Parks, all of that action will take place in front of huge crowds with all the big screen, lights, cameras and action you’d expect. But DreamHack is more than a single thing, it’s a festival. It’s home to a massive BYOC (bring your own computer) 24-hour LAN party, which is awesome to see in Australia. Trust us, we know – it’s how AusGamers started!
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