Ping Zero, New Zealand’s Largest LAN Returns for 2018

Ping Zero Events are proud to announce 2018 PING ZERO event.

Ping Zero51 in the long-running series of LAN’s, PZ offers everything attendees enjoyed from previous events and more. With tournaments for titles like CS:GO, Halo and Overwatch once again returning. New this year is the OMEN by HP Challenger Series.

The “OMEN by HP Challenger Series” is an open amateur nation wars style PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) tournament; with an ultimate prize pool of USD $50,000. Nations all across the Asia Pacific region will all be represented.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) v1.0 was released in December 2017 and has emerged from its early access stage. With more than 30 million users across multiple platforms, and has record-breaking 3 million concurrent players on Steam. Additionally, PUBG has a rapidly growing competitive gaming community.
The top two squads from the New Zealand qualifier will receive flights and accommodation to the Grand Finals; in Bangkok, Thailand on November 2018; to fight for the right to plant their nations flag at the heart of the final circle.

“We are excited to be running our first overseas qualifier tournament, thanks to OMEN by HP’s support. Ping Zero has been supporting the NZ gaming community for over 16 years; and now we are excited to give players a chance to represent NZ in a overseas esports event.”

says Conrad Ware, Managing Director of Ping Zero

Ping Zero Events is hosting Ping Zero 51 at Eden Park on the 15 – 16 September 2018.

Event Tickets are selling fast and now available at

More OMEN by HP Challenger Series details are at