Have you ever seen a room of several hundred computers boot up at the exact same time?  It’s pretty rad. I guess you probably won’t see that at PAX either, but what you will see is each one of those hundreds of computers, fully loaded with the latest games, available for you to sit down and play absolutely free. Bring your friends, we’ll sit you all together. Or meet some new ones in the room before fragging them into giblets.  

But maybe you scoff at the idea of sitting down at a computer that isn’t yours. That, my friend (and you ARE my friend, I can tell already) is what our BYOC area is for. That’s right, we’ve got a separate section of the PC Area spiced out ready and waiting with a power splitter and an ethernet port for you to bring your rig in to PAX. Whether you’ve got some fancy case mods to show off, or you can’t stand the idea of playing without your custom-tweaked settings, or maybe you just want your own private seat at PAX to retreat to between events, BYOC is a pretty sweet deal.  Just be aware that it DOES require it’s own badge, generally available when show registration begins.

Finally, we also have a whole array of tournaments in PC for you to show your dominance, or more likely (especially in my case), find a bigger fish to gobble you up whole and spit out the bones. But, maybe you’re better than I am. Probably. But there’s one good way to find out, and that’s to keep tabs on our schedule, which is generally released about a month prior to showtime for the full rundown on what events PC Tourney will be featuring.