Hirez Expo Now Partnered with Dreamhack Atlanta
In a bold move, Hirez Studios will be partnering with DreamHack Atlanta 2018 to bring the two events together. From Nov. 16-18 at the Georgia World Congress Center, SMITE and Paladins Worlds will also be featured at DreamHack. DreamHack Atlanta will include a bring-your-own-computer LAN, live music, a vendor hall, free-to-play areas, fan panels, meet and greats, other amateur/professional esports, as well as a sleeping hall. The Georgia World Congress Center, being in the heart of downtown Atlanta will also be within reasonable distance to other familiar locations – from World of Coke, Centennial Olympic Park, the Georgia Aquarium and so much more. There is also an easy-access MARTA train and several dining options. This should be a solid time to give people who may not be familiar with Paladins and SMITE the exposure they need to become fans.
“This partnership with Dreamhack Atlanta is the perfect opportunity to give our fans and pro players an even better HRX experience,” said Stew Chisam, President of Hi-Rez Studios. “After
selling out the past three Hi-Rez Expos months in advance, DreamHack Atlanta gives us the opportunity to add more attendees, a larger event space and more fan activities at a lower ticket
cost than previous Hi-Rez Expos. In addition to providing more stage room to showcase our world-class esports, the event can now offer an area dedicated to panels and dev meetings,
giving us even more ways to celebrate and interact with our community.”
Tickets will be on sale on the link below starting May 9th, 2018 at 9am EDT.
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