Break The Internet '17

April 1-2 @ Joe Crowley Student Union



Hello and welcome to…


The largest LAN in Nevada!


This is our third year running this great event, and we can’t wait to see you at it. Every year we strive to make it bigger and better, and this year is no different.

The event will take place in Ballrooms located on the 4th floor of the Joe. The event starts Saturday, April 1st at 10 AM , and will end at 4 AM the following day with tournaments being hosted all night! Food will be provided, and there will be drawings for some awesome prizes!


As always, anyone who wants to spectate and hang out can do so totally free! If you would like to setup a computer spot and play games, there is a $10 venue fee. With this you will be entered into our drawings and be able to play games with friends all night long.

For anyone wanting to compete in any of our tournaments, it is the $10 venue fee plus an additional buy-in for each tournament that goes towards the prize pool. All our tournaments will have a buy-in of $5 or $10 depending on the game.

This is a bring your own computer (BYOC) LAN event. Computers & Peripherals will NOT be provided.



The following tournaments will be hosted at the event:
League of Legends, Hearthstone, Overwatch, Rocket League (3v3), CS:GO, Dota 2 (1v1), Starcraft 2, and Guilty Gear: Revelator

To make it clear, to setup and play at the event it will cost $10. If you wish to compete in the tournaments, it is $10 + tournament buy-in(s).

As always though, spectators are free and welcome to hang out all day long.

Competitive Games

Compete for epic prize pools against fearsome opponents in our Competitive Tournaments. 

Bring Your Own Computer Tournaments:

League of Legends – 32 Team Cap – $10 per player buy-in

Hearthstone – 32 Player Cap- $10 per player buy-in

Rocket League – 32 Team Cap – $5 per player buy-in

Counter Strike: Global Offensive – $10 per player buy-in

Dota 2 1v1 – TBD

Starcraft 2 – 16 Player Cap – $5 per player buy-in

Super Smash Bros 

Smash 4 and Melee will be the main competitive games at Break The Internet. Each game will have a $5 buy-in going directly to the prize pool. (There is a one-time $10 venue fee, this will only need to be paid once if playing in both Smash 4 and Melee). This tournament will begin on Saturday, April 1.

Smash 4 Singles – 128 Player Cap

Melee Singles – 128 Player Cap

Smash 4 Doubles – No Cap

Melee Doubles – No Cap

Casual FFA’s will be going on throughout the event.
For more information check out the Reno Smash Community page.

Get to know your fellow gamers with a variety of casual and fun social activities and gaming.


Mafia (also known as Werewolf) is a social game for 6-25 players in which the town must find the mafia among them with a variety of clues from Power Roles, and through talking and arguing about suspicion during the game.

All Star tournament

Think you’re the best gamer, Prove it here! This tournament will be free entry and involve teams of 3 competing in multiple games. Can your team handle it?

Party Games

Games like Rockband and Mario Party will be provided all day.


There will be an array of Gen 7 Random Single Battles along with pre-made team matches as well! These games will be on Pokemon showdown!









 Casual events will be ran throughout the day

Please note: Tournaments may run longer than shown.