You’ll never see a serious LAN party without serious competitions, and Warpzone is no exception. The most popular competition was, not very surprisingly, the CounterStrike tournament held on the last night (or this morning, depending on how you look at it). 15 teams, each with 5 team members, fought against each other, and the winning team was Northern Light.
The Game tournament list and winners
CouterStrike: Northern Star
BattleField 1942: hesse
The other competitions and winners
Music: röössianittaväjbso - maitepätty
Graphics with Utopia theme: Scrapmetal
Casemodding: Magne Berland / Cobra
You can download the winning contributions by clicking the links above.
Some useless statistics
These are the statistics from Warpzone 12:
500 Amperes, equivalent to 30 average households
747.36 Gbyte downloaded
388.29 Gbyte uploaded
Average download rate (Mbit): 17.3Mbit/s .. max: 33.5MBit/s
Average upload rate (Mbit): 9.2Mbit/s.. max: 33.5Mbit/s
712.8 liters Coca Cola
860 small and large pizzas
Overview of half the hall 1
Overview of half the hall 2
Two guys modding a computer
Who would have thought this guy, Per Nordbø is the Marketing manager?
On a more serious note, Per Nordbø with the mic
Linn M. Halleland enjoying her french fries
Lack of sleep and junkfood does wonders on your looks
Egil Aslagsen, the winner of the demo competition, in deep concentration
And that wraps up our coverage of the Warpzone 12. Don't forget to chek out the winning contributions on the different creative competitions linked on the previous page.
On last Saturday, October 4th, the organisation WarpCrew officially opened Warpzone12 -- over 400 people of varying ages entered the gymnasium in Stavanger. Hundreds of computers, monitors, keyboards, Coke bottles, chips bags, various flavours of caffeinated beverages and what not are packed inside the gymnasium. This is where they’re going to spend the next 4 days.
Song Networks supplied Warpzone with the 34Mbit internet connection, and the internal network was composed of several 100Mbit switches and no less than 3.5km of twisted pair network cabling. So rest assured, everything was set for some massive file sharing and gaming activities.
The participants are allowed to do whatever they want -- play games, eat pizza and have a lot of fun. There are a few rules, however. Marketing manager Per "peda" Nordbø says there is network surveillance, and anything illegal under Norwegian laws is prohibited and will be reported to the local authorities.