Frequently Asked Questions

  • Check out our 2023 Tiltify page to create a campaign of your own! We'll also have cool stream graphics for you to make use of, which will be released in March!

  • All tickets are sold online in advance. We will sell LAN seats / team passes at the door if there are any available, but our last LAN event was entirely sold out.

  • Yes, attendees are allowed to bring outside food and beverages into the venue.
    Alcohol is strictly prohibited.

  • Send us an email at with the subject line “Sponsorship.”

  • We have a limited amount of electricity to dispense at the event. Each person gets an allotted amount to prevent the entire event from losing power.

  • You are welcome to buy an additional seat in the LAN to accommodate your set-up and impress your LAN neighbors. Alternatively, VIP seats come with 3 electrical outlets.

  • Gamers for Giving is free for spectators. Please visit the event check-in desk when you arrive, located at the venue entrance.

  • Gamers Outreach will be working with the George Gervin GameAbove Center to provide an on-site security force at the event. Ultimately, the responsibility of your belongings is yours – but we take every measure we can to ensure a safe experience for our attendees.

  • In the event of a technical issue, such as a power or internet outage, Gamers Outreach staff will make every effort to ensure affected tournaments take place online at a later date. Staff reserve the right to modify or cancel activities in the event postponement is not possible.

  • Press do not need any special credentials to access Gamers for Giving. If you would like to request interviews or need additional information, drop us a line via with the subject line “Press Inquiry.”

  • The health and safety of our community is our highest priority. We are focusing on bringing back the LAN Party responsibly, ensuring that all attendees and staff are aware and informed of COVID-19 protocol in advance. Please check back here as we get closer to the event for more information. We will be following official guidance from local and state health departments.