So, what is RGB LAN?
RGB LAN is a three-day long, BYOC (bring-your-own-computer) LAN party and charity video game tournament, dedicated to power of gaming for good.
Teams are paired with local charities. Which means, every time a team wins, its charity gets a donation and its players get a prize. It’s that simple.
So declare your allegiance – don your colors – and go frag a n00b for the good of mankind.
Here’s how it works…
Show Your Colors – First thing’s first: you gotta pick your team. There are three to choose from at RGB LAN – Red, Green, and Blue (duh). And each one is playing for an awesome local charity.
Game for Good – Every tournament your team wins, every raffle ticket you buy, and every time you tweet to one of our sponsors, you earn points for your team. And those points unlock the donations pledged for your charity!
Play for Prizes – Points unlock more than just donations. Tournaments, tweets, and raffle tickets also win you prizes. Our goal is to have $10,000 worth of awesome giveaways for our tournament competitors.
And here’s a bit about us…
We’re a group of gamers with many years of experience in running LAN parties. We’ve helped organize and run LANs and tournaments at DreamHack Austin, Intel LANFest, MAGFest, The GXL, and more.
We all have different backgrounds from networking, to engineering, to web design, to social media and with our forces combined we know we’re starting a great new chapter in East Coast LAN parties.
We hope you and your friends will join us for 60 straight hours of BYOC and console tournaments, wacky side events, and charity-fundraising-feel-goody-awesomeness!
See you in October!