You CANNOT judge ur experience of LAN on just one go, especially when the internet was that crap, its is never that slow
NEWS FLASH: EPIC THIRTEEN ALSO HAD TONS OF INTERNET ISSUES
After being disappointed twice, I have no faith at all in them setting up a network that is capable of playing turn based games over LAN.
EDIT BY GIO: Please psy, don't play this card.
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Winbar said at the end it was an ISP issue that they had no control over
-Pick a better ISP.
-Getting 75% packet loss and 2000ms ping WITHIN THE NETWORK has nothing to do with the ISP. We couldn't even play local LAN.
Campzone lays fibre to a field in the middle of fucking nowhere. They have three times more people at the same time than epic, yet I get speeds up to 600mbits to my own PC.
When we complained about everything all they could do is be sorry and explain how it was out of their control and how hard they were working on it, as if their efforts should make us grateful. I'm not grateful for any efforts they make, even if they would actually fix it because I PAID MONEY FOR THIS SERVICE WHICH IM NOT GETTING.
Working their asses off to get it fixed isn't anywhere near a favour, it's me going to stab them in the eye all day if they don't.
The alcohol policy is KCC's issue and has something to do with licencing so it is also out of Epic.LAN hands, just drink outside the event xD.
Pick a better venue. I don't feel like flying abroad just to feel like a 15 year old trying to drink.
just because of some bad internet that it is a bad event
How about we spent 5 fucking hours to play one laggy LAN-match of the Dota2 tournament after which we finally got into a second one and got dropped halfway. We got so fed up and frustrated that we abandoned the tournament.