The Best Little Computer Gaming LAN Party in Arizona! WHAT:LAN party and computer gaming at a Science Fiction Convention – video/console games, too! WHEN:November 8-10, 2013 WHERE:The Hotel Tucson Inn Suites in downtown Tucson, Arizona HOST:TusCon, the 40th annual Science Fiction convention in Tucson, Arizona NETWORK:10/100/1000 switched. DETAILS: Use the TUSLAN FAQ button, above. Ground Rules, Liability Waiver and Parental Permission: Please read the Ground Rules at the link. This PDF document includes the liability waiver that all participants (except minors) will have to sign.It also include the parental permission form required by TusCon to allow underage attendees to game on these computers. Free pizza for registered participants Saturday night! See the FAQ page for more information about food at TusLAN. FaceBook:Search "TusLAN at TusCon" on FaceBook and find the TusLAN public event!
Three days of LAN!You can bring your hot gaming PC on Friday afternoon to set up and LAN for a few hours, then leave your rig set up overnight in our secure hotel function room so you can come back Saturday morning for a full day of LAN action! And you don't have to worry about packing until Sunday afternoon after another night's rest and several more hours of LANning.If you don’t have a gaming PC, we will have many computers for you to use, graciously provided by our sponsors.We will play multiuser computer games without the time lag experienced on the Internet, and with personal interaction with the other players. Participants are invited to bring their own computers and set them up with a local area network provided by TusLAN.Please pre-registerusing this form if you are bringing your PC so that you may qualify for a discount on your TusCon membership fee. Only members of the host, TusCon, may participate. Please send your pre-registration information to the director of TusLAN (please pardon the anti-spam version of my email address - you should have no problem putting it back together):
tuslan [at-sign] earthlink [dot] net
Additionally, some computers & video gaming consoles will be provided by TusLAN and/or its sponsors for participants to use. This will allow participants to play multiuser computer and video games without the time lag experienced on the Internet, and with personal interaction with the other players. TusLAN has been held at TusCon since 2000. Click the link for a full PDF brochure.
The pictures, below, depict the Pershing & Mission rooms during the 2010 TusLAN. For 2012, TusLAN is returning to the Pershing & Mission rooms.