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    • DreamHack Leipzig

      12/7/17

      The LAN area at DreamHack Leipzig is being expanded after a surge in demand for tickets – Germany’s biggest LAN party has been celebrated at DreamHack Leipzig since 2016 – and it never stops growing. Whereas there were only 1,000 seats available at the première event, the area was relocated into its own hall last year and expanded to provide 1,500 seats. Two months before the start of DreamHack Leipzig 2018, the original consignment of 1,500 tickets has already sold out. Due to this great demand, the LAN area is now being expanded. Additional rows of seating will be released one after the other in the ticket shop. Depending on demand, the LAN party at DreamHack Leipzig 2018 can be increased up to 2,000 seats.

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    • DreamHack Leipzig

      11/16/17

      Experience cosplay: DreamHack Leipzig brings game characters to life – The grand cosplay contest at DreamHack Leipzig is one of the most popular events of the festival. This coming January, the contest will be taking place once again on the second day of DreamHack Leipzig. It will see many famous characters coming to life and creating a magical gaming atmosphere. Our 30 contestants will be presenting their lovingly designed costume creations in the spotlight of the event stage.

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    • DreamHack Leipzig

      8/16/17

      New project director – Stephanie Scholz takes over the management of DreamHack Leipzig – On 1 August 2017, Stephanie Scholz became the new project director of DreamHack Leipzig. The 28-year-old has a BA in Event Management and worked as an event manager for the Hilton Group in London from 2012 onwards. Her tasks included event planning and management, as well as sales and marketing. Last year, she was nominated for the "Manager of the Year" award by the Hilton Group.

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    • DreamHack Leipzig

      6/20/17

      Experience Gaming: ticket sales for DreamHack Leipzig 2018 get under way next week – Over the past two years, DreamHack Leipzig has established itself as a giant festival for gaming fans from throughout Europe. In 2018, fans and gamers can once again expect a three-day marathon with exciting e-sports tournaments, hardware and software innovations at the DreamExpo, Germany’s biggest LAN party, a cosplay competition and other spectacular events. Tickets for next year’s festival – which will take place from 26 to 28 January 2018 at the Leipzig Trade Fair site – will go on sale from 1.37 pm on 27 June 2017.

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    • DreamHack Leipzig

      1/15/17

      Level 2 complete: gamers throng to the second DreamHack Leipzig – From 13 to 15 January 2017, the Leipzig Trade Fair was transformed into a giant festival for gamers from throughout Europe. Over the course of three days, 15,000 enthusiastic visitors (including 1,500 LAN participants) witnessed exciting e-sports tournaments, celebrated spectacular events, and tested innovations at the stands of the DreamExpo. There were 56 hours of non-stop play at Germany's biggest LAN party. "The second DreamHack Leipzig was a huge success which even managed to surpass the excellent première of the previous year. Thanks to the close collaboration between everyone involved, within the space of just one year the festival has developed into a highlight event for gamers", explains Markus Geisenberger, Managing Director of the Leipzig Trade Fair, adding: "Leipzig is ready for Level 3 of DreamHack next year."

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