As we get closer and closer to the 2013 edition of Copenhagen Games, the event organisers have disclosed more information about the event.
The Danish event will run from March 27th to 31st at Øksnehallen, an exhibition centre in the centre of Copenhagen, with €33,000 up for grabs in the CS:GO competition.
Since we published a provisional sign-up list last week, more big-name teams, like Natus Vincere, ESC Gaming and Quantic Gaming, have signed up, which brings no doubt that this will be biggest CS:GO tournament we have so far seen.
An issue that some teams may be overlooking is the fact that the tournament will be fully BYOC and that there are only 60 PCs for rent, which means that only 12 teams can rent computers.
The price to rent a computer and a monitor is 1,000 DKK (€135), so each team will have to pay 5,000 DKK (€675) if they do not want to bring their own computers. The specs of the PCs that are available for rent may vary, but the minimum specs are the following:
Geforce GTX 660 / Radeon HD 6800
Meanwhile, the event organisers have released the floor plan of the event, which you can find below:
Stay tuned to HLTV.org as we will bring you all the info about Copenhagen Games.