Gamers Can Compete And Watch Pros Play The Top Games
Sports gamers will be able to test their X-Factor at the Anaheim and Dallas DreamHack Festivals, which will feature a Madden 20 tournament.
The 24-hour, three-day events are FEb. 21-23 in Anaheim, CA and May 22-24 in Dallas.
The events is open for any competitor over the age of 16 attending DreamHack Anaheim or DreamHack Dallas with prizes totaling $25,000. The tournaments will be played in Play Now/Head-to-Head mode.
The festival weekends feature everything gaming under one roof and are packed with pro esports tournaments; amateur and varsity gaming tournaments; world-famous bring your own computer (BYOC) LAN party; cosplay championship; live music concerts; film screenings; stream studio; console, PC and arcade games; tabletop games; expo; cosplay championship; art gallery; indie game zone; panel discussions, workshops and keynote speakers; and a host of other activities. Gamers can participate or watch professionals compete in esports tournaments with hundreds of thousands of prize dollars on the line.
“We are so thrilled to include this event in our Anaheim debut in February, and for our return to Dallas in May,” said DreamHack Co-CEO Marcus Lindmark. “Both of these cities have such great passion for both esports and traditional sports, which will make these epic events.”
DreamHack kicked off its 25th anniversary in December during DreamHack Winter, and will continue the celebration through 2020. The premier gaming lifestyle festival started as a gathering of friends and their computers in a school cafeteria — with no online access — but has grown into a beacon of internet culture and a gathering place for worldwide gamers.