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AMD_Guy[TeamAMD]

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#1 15 years ago

Where is a good place to find out which LAN parties are running AA tournies. I am sponsoring a few in Indiana and would like to sponsor more in Indiana, Kentucky or Illinois.

You can check me out in the latest article about LANWAR in Louisville, Kentucky written by David Stellmack of Tom's Hardware.

Here's the link: http://www.tomshardware.com/game/200303291/index.html

I'm a couple of pages into it but you can find it.

AMD_Guy




Deaners1212

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#2 15 years ago

How close do u have to be to a LAN server like where the person who started it is? And how do u make one?




valor_dragon

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#3 15 years ago

lan party mean you have to come to their host and play it. To satart one post some thign here. And if peope who lvie close to youc an come to where ever.




valor_dragon

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#4 15 years ago

anyoen have a lan party in clifornia?




[RIP]Hydra

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#5 15 years ago

Hey Delta, certain large LAN events and such may warrant a Sticky, or maybe a section of thier own. Whatta ya think?

I'm not talking about Billy-Bob's BBQ LAN's, just the big ones.

I know this particular one is a pretty BIG one, and one in which I'll be attending. If ya notice I have it in the News section of my site.

I know the last one was something like 700 people. Pretty sweet. It's located right around the middle of the US, and is pretty cheap.

Of course it doesn't hurt that HAOM is the official server tool, :rock: .