A match here, a match there… then a beer and quality time with the #SILENTFamily. We’re ready for one of the biggest LAN Parties Switzerland has to offer - SwitzerLAN! This year with a seating plan including 1337 seats for gamers from all over Switzerland. SILENTGAMING secured a whole row, from A-75 ‘til A-130 we’ve managed to fill every seat with a SILENTGAMING member. So if you want to meet our family, here is your chance!
While part of us enjoys hanging out with everyone, the other part competes in SwitzerLAN’s tournaments. This time we will be represented by our teams in the gaming titles CS:GO, Hearthstone, DotA2 and Rocket League! Next to our main teams, there are community/mixed teams to be expected.
The expectations for our team’s rankings are high, SILENTGAMING has always been fighting alongside of the best of Switzerland’s esports scene. We’re excited for the results and we will let you know! Follow our social media channels for live news from SwitzerLAN!
˝We've prepared very well for the upcoming days and I really hope the practice pays off.˝
Statements of the Team Captains
Remo “rMo” Blaser, SILENTGAMING.CS:"SwitzerLAN is kind of a highlight of the year for every Swiss CS player. The tournament is always stacked and we can even meet international players from time to time. Nothing is different this year. The tournament seems to be stacked and nearly every good team I can think of will be participating. I'm excited! Not only excited to wield the SILENTGAMING flag but also excited to meet a lot of players and have a good weekend with them. We've had some up and downs the last few weeks but I'm confident that we can push for a good result. At the end, it depends on how confident you are and how good your day is on LAN parties. I’m sure we can challenge the top 5 spots, if we pick a good day on Saturday."
Remo “Ray” Bügler, SILENTGAMING.HS:
"This will be our first event with a full team. SilentStorm and Hofme will be participating in the Tazdingo Cup's Playoffs on Friday and that's going to be very interesting.
I'm very confident that one of our boys will be able to finish in the top 3. We've prepared very well for the upcoming days and I really hope the practice pays off.
Won't be easy for sure, since our opponents in the Tazdingo Cup aswell as in the SwitzerLAN tournament look strong. There will be exciting matches and I'm keen to see what lineups our opponents have and who's going to dominate the upcoming days."