Tickets now available on the Copenhagen Games website - general instructions here.
TF2 Players: 575 DKK / 78 €
Ticket price includes entrance to both HL and 6s tournaments. Ticket grants you access to the TF2 BYOC area.
It is possible to book tickets without having found a team yet. Once signed in on the Copenhagen Games website, create a team with yourself, the team name does not matter, and then book a ticket with your solo team. Once you find your final team, you can change to this team on the portal, using the name and password that your team leader has set.
Please bring your own peripherals.
Lokomotivværkstedet (click for map)
Otto Busses Vej 5A
2450 København SV
Indoor camping is available in a venue close to the central station for 55DKK / 7€ + shuttle bus.
If you wish to stay in accomodation away from the event site there are plenty of hotels and hostels in and around the city. Prices range from 185 DKK / 25 € per night.
There will be a shuttle bus between the Central Station and the venue running round-the-clock.
For more information about spectator tickets, visit the tickets page on the Copenhagen Games website.
- Mouse mat
- PC/laptop (if you've not renting one)
- Monitor (if you're not renting one)
- Power cables for DK or a single power converter and 4-way adapter for your country (if you're not renting both PC and monitor) http://internationalconfig.com/power-cords-for-denmark-ac-power-cords.asp
- Length of CAT-5e (10m should be fine, but if you've got longer bring it)
- Gov. issued photo ID (if you are renting any equipment)
- IBAN/SWIFT/BIC banking details (so you can get paid all your winnings at event)
- Check with your bank about exchange rates on cash vs card - you can pay for most things with a card in DK, however busses require cash, unless you have the DOT app.
- Passport (if needed) for travel
- Proof of age (if you wish to drink)
- Username/password for Steam
- 2nd pass Authentication device for Steam
- TF2 config files on USB (assuming you're not bringing your own PC/laptop).
- (At least) 3 changes of clothes + soap / shower gel / toothpaste and brush / deodorant (c'mon people have some dignity)
- A towel - about the most massively useful thing an interstellar hitchhiker can have
- Phone charger/usb cable
- Ear plugs (assuming you're sleeping in a shared space)
If you bring your own car, there are several options for parking. Unfortunately it's extremely expensive to park in the center of Copenhagen.
- Parking at the venue: 200 DKK per day
- DGI Byen Parking garage: 250 DKK per day (Max fee): This is where the players sleeping halls are, you need to either walk (~25 min) or get public transport from there.
- Fiske Torvet shopping centre (garage) 350 DKK per day: 15 mins walk to the venue
Parking on public roads is usually free in the evenings (after 19.00) and national holidays (which is thursday 18/4 - monday 22/4), but you need to read the (danish) signs to make sure, as some roads allow it and some don't. You will usually need a parking metre which can be bought at most petrol stations for 5-10 euros. Pay attention to the signs, I have received a lot of parking tickets in Copenhagen!