Our LAN events are where gamers of all walks of life come together to play video games and build community. We host gaming tournaments, eat good food, hear a story, and have fun!
A fun and family friendly atmosphere.
Cross platform, casual and competitive gaming.
Food, friends and an optional message about Jesus.
What to Bring:
Computer and/or gaming console with all associated peripherals.
Headphones for noise politeness.
Legitimate game licenses & updates beforehand.
A sleeping surface/sleeping bag if you’re planning on crashing.
What not to Bring:
Speakers or projectors.
Ethernet cables (provided).
Alcohol, venue policy.
Friday, April 24
- 9:00 AM Online Events Start
- 11:30 PM Forge Flash
Saturday, April 25
- 4:00 PM Final Raffle
- 5:00 Event End
Online in Discord and Stream
Community Tournament Sign Ups
Ticketed attendees are welcome to sign up for all events; Nintendo system(s) will be provided for the Smash Tournament
Spectators are welcome free of charge and we will be streaming as many games as we can live
Frequently Asked Questions
Wait...a Christian LAN?
Well, sort of. We’re seriously stoked if you’re interested in coming regardless of what you think about the church or religion in general. In fact, we consider it a privilege that you would join us. During the event, there is a short talk called “Story Time” where we give a challenge for Christians and non-Christians alike.
What if I don't have a PC?
If you’re just interested in checking out the action, just come and join us! If you don’t own a computer, hit us up on Discord to see if there’s perhaps a loaner you can borrow. We typically have loaner PCs available to rent as well.
Why does it cost money?
Every event we host at Forge Gaming has underlying costs, which we try to keep to a minimum. The cost of entry helps us defray incurred costs like food, beverage, network and server infrastructure, power equipment, power cables, network cables and door prizes.
Overnight LAN?...Where do I sleep?
We have separate rooms for guys and gals to sleep in, some people end up falling asleep at their seats, or not sleeping at all! We try to have dark rooms for guys and gals respectively away from the main event area that you can set up a sleeping bag or inflatable mattress to sleep on. If it’s comfy, go ahead and bring it!