It’s time for DreamHack Denver 2017
New records are about to be set as the highest LAN event in the eSports history is about to go down. DreamHack is once again back to the Unites States and this time it’s no other than Colorado and the mile-high city Denver that’s hosting the party 1600 meters above sea level! DreamHack Denver, Colorado 2017 will be a 3 day event that’s held between the 20th and 22nd October. It will feature lots of exciting tournaments, expos, cosplays and of course plenty of awesome people from around the world.
Friday 20th 10.00 AM to Sunday 22th 6.00 PM – October
National Western Complex, 4655 Humboldt St, Denver, Colorado 80216
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Dota 2, League of Legends, Overwatch, PUBG, Rocket League, Starcraft 2
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Halo, Hearthstone, Tekken 7, Quake, Street Fighter 5, Super Smash Bros Melee
Ticket and price information
At DreamHack Denver you’ll find several different passes to choose from with prices that are ranging from $20 all the way up to $433. This includes everything from a 1 day visitor pass to a 3 day LAN pass and an all inclusive BYOC package that comes with exclusive features. You’ll also find $20 tickets for a sleeping hall, which you will have 24 hours access to during the full course of the event. For full comfort, there is a premium sleeping package that will provide you with a twin mattress and blanket at a cost of $65.
DreamHack in Colorado
Denver is the capital of the state Colorado and has the nickname “The Mile High City” due to its high altitude, one mile over the sea level. It’s the first time that DreamHack is visiting Colorado, Denver and the fourth time the event is held in the United States. Last time DreamHack visited the US was at the Atlanta event in July earlier this year. It did however pay a visit to North America in September during Dreamhack Montreal, held in the neighbor country Canada.
Betting at the event
There will be several high profiled tournaments taking place at the event and you can definitely be sure to find odds on a lot of them. It’s unlikely that Super Smash Bros Melee and Tekken 7 will be covered by the eSport operators, but CS:GO, Halo, Hearthstone and Street Fighter 5 should definitely be up for some exciting betting action. Hopefully we will see Quake as well! If you’re interested in this, don’t miss out on our list of recommended betting sites for DreamHack betting.