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1. There is a very small public LAN, 16 systems, with pre-configured systems. Groups of 16 will be randomly drawn to play for prizes, last man standing wins. AMD employees and family not eligible per Ontario law.
2. The OCN LAN is private, not open to AMD employees or the public. Registration will be conducted exclusively through OCN this week. Per Ontario law, again AMD employees would not be eligible for any of the prizes in this component.
3. Because of Ontario law, AMD employees have their own separate raffle that enable them to win prizes, in addition to the public.

What time is the LAST MAN STANDING public LAN starting? What do you mean by 16 pre-configured systems; aside from the BYOC portion?

Where can I find more information about this? The OP is vague in details.

Edit: I'm more accustomed to going and using the host's computers, not bringing my own, please excuse my wanting to understand better the situation.
Edited by ibrahim933 - 10/16/12 at 1:29pm
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What games are being played?
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What games are being played?

Dota 2, LoL, CS:GO, TF2, SC2, DayZ

Edit: DayZ is for fun only tongue.gif
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They should play Counter Strike: Source as well.
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This is some delayed sign up O_O
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What time is the LAST MAN STANDING public LAN starting? What do you mean by 16 pre-configured systems; aside from the BYOC portion?
Where can I find more information about this? The OP is vague in details.
Edit: I'm more accustomed to going and using the host's computers, not bringing my own, please excuse my wanting to understand better the situation.

This one Thracks is talking about is the AMD hosted public LAN they pick 16 ppl from the group at random to play in a Last-man standing operation from what I can tell.


OCN is hosting a BYOC event next door. These are SEPARATE events.

He was clarifying multiple things in that one post. BYOC is bring your own computer (a guess but very reasonable) because OCN doesn't have THAT many sponsors for this to host hardware for all 112 guests. That means bring your hardware and probably all the software you need to get going. IE if you don't have the game you'll have to borrow it from a friend or someone there probably.

Since the public LAN is AMD based it's from noon to 6pm EST. OCN's event is 10am to 10am. Both start on the 20th while OCN's ends on the 21st. #2 and #3 were addressing concerns about AMD employees joining the OCN event and/or the AMD event BOTH are restricted prizes to non-employees due to Ontario law which makes sense but I didn't want to give misinformation since I'm not into the logistics of it.
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What time is the LAST MAN STANDING public LAN starting? What do you mean by 16 pre-configured systems; aside from the BYOC portion?
Where can I find more information about this? The OP is vague in details.
Edit: I'm more accustomed to going and using the host's computers, not bringing my own, please excuse my wanting to understand better the situation.

Edit: JQuantum explains it better than me above.
Edited by grillz - 10/16/12 at 1:44pm
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This one Thracks is talking about is the AMD hosted public LAN they pick 16 ppl from the group at random to play in a Last-man standing operation from what I can tell.
OCN is hosting a BYOC event next door. These are SEPARATE events.
He was clarifying multiple things in that one post. BYOC is bring your own computer (a guess but very reasonable) because OCN doesn't have THAT many sponsors for this to host hardware for all 112 guests. That means bring your hardware and probably all the software you need to get going. IE if you don't have the game you'll have to borrow it from a friend or someone there probably.
Since the public LAN is AMD based it's from noon to 6pm EST. OCN's event is 10am to 10am. Both start on the 20th while OCN's ends on the 21st. #2 and #3 were addressing concerns about AMD employees joining the OCN event and/or the AMD event BOTH are restricted prizes to non-employees due to Ontario law which makes sense but I didn't want to give misinformation since I'm not into the logistics of it.

Thank you for your fast reply. I'm just going to attend the public LAN and hope I get picked tongue.gif

Where is AMD advertising their Public LAN information?
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Counter-Strike Global Offensive
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has the sign up page been released?
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