Winnipeg’s Premier Console and PC Gaming Community
Based out of Winnipeg, Canada, we host BaseLAN, a semi-annual LAN event & tournament hosting the industries most popular PC and Console games. We are here to provide the Winnipeg (and Canadian) Gaming Community with a great Semi-Annual Tournament experience, and provide an avenue for gamers and tech savvy geeks and nerds out there a chance to try out the latest and greatest in computing and console technologies!
Winnipeg based shirt printing company, Rocket Science Designs, has come on board to offer one lucky winning team a set of custom printed hoodies with team logo and gamer handle on the back for the winners of specific tournaments (TBA). The package also comes with a free team logo design. Don’t forget to check out […]
Corey’s Computing has come on board as a Gold tier sponsor, offering some awesome swag including SSDs, keyboards, mice & headsets. They will also be partnering with Bossa Studios on a Surgeon Simulator-themed booth located on the 3rd floor and put on a tournament for all you wannabe surgeons out there.
We’re thrilled to announce that Enermax/Lepa have decided to jump on board as a sponsor for Baselan 27 this fall. This will be the first time that they have worked with us and we are excited to show them what we can do.
We are excited to announce that MTS will be powering the internet at Baselan 27 this fall at the RBC Convention Center Winnipeg. They have graciously provided us with a dedicated Fiber connection that will offer up to 1 GBit simultaneous upstream & downstream. This will be by far the fastest internet connection Baselan has ever had!
We are excited to announce Thecus, a big name in Network Attached Storage, as a new sponsor for AYBOnline and Baselan, a big name in NAS storage. They will be donating two Thecus N2310 NAS devices as prizes for Baselan 27.
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