If you do not know what I mean, then let me explain. A gaming tournament is an event where teams or individuals come together to compete against each other in games on a variety of platforms including the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Nintendo Wii and PC. Typically, on the consoles at least, teams compete in either shooters, like Halo, Call of Duty or Gears of War, or fighters, like Street Fighter and Mortal Kombat. PC gamers also dabble in the shooters and fighters but also branch off into strategy games like StarCraft.
Teams on consoles typically consist of four players who generally have to share a screen in the less popular tournaments, so right there you have two screens for one match. How many teams you have determines how many matches you will have to do which also determines how many screens you need.
PC tournaments are a bit different because you need a single screen per competitor. This can get complicated if you are trying to borrow and downright expensive if you are thinking about buying. That is where a plasma rental or monitor rental comes in. You can rent as many plasmas or monitors as you need with varying degrees of specs.
You can get LCD or plasma screens and monitors that range from 720p to full 1080p HD in a variety of sizes. Get a bunch of 30" screens for the competitors and a couple of 50" screens for fans to watch if you plan to do a live feed at the tournament. You can also rent monitors and plasma screens from all the top names in the industry. Samsung, Sony, Vizio, HP, Acer or even Toshiba rentals can be acquired wherever you need them whenever you need them. And if you are worried about cost, then you will be pleased to know that rentals are much cheaper than buying. You could even charge teams to enter or for food and drinks and quickly raise the money needed for the rental.
If you are planning on hosting a gaming tournament and need plasmas or monitors, then check out what it costs to just rent them. You won't have to worry about picking them up or dropping them off, and you won't have to worry about setup either. Make your next tournament one people tell their friends about by going with a legitimate setup.