MÖÖ-LAN is not just a big hall full of computers! In the spirit of MängudeÖÖ, all visitors can also enjoy traditional activities such as console tournaments, various exciting presentations, and cool partners. One thing is certain, there will be plenty of surprises!

How to organize an e-sports tournament13:00 - Andri Allas (MängudeÖÖ, Postimees e-sport)
Having worked in the field of e-sports for years, Allas provides a brief overview of various e-sports games and discusses the different aspects that affect organizing competitions in these games. This includes setting rules and making them understandable for players, as well as the production of competition broadcasts.
E-sports and match-fixing14:00 - Kalle Roos (Estonian Anti-Doping and Sports Ethics Foundation, Specialist in Prevention of Sports Competition Manipulation)
Match-fixing has existed in traditional sports for decades, but now it is quietly making its way into the world of e-sports. Even Estonians are not entirely innocent in this field. What are the dangers associated with this phenomenon, and how does it affect the emerging e-sports world? This is exactly what Kalle Roos will explain.
How to study game development in Estonia?15:00 - The Estonian Entrepreneurship University of Applied Sciences, Tartu University, Tallinn University, Full Cycle Game Academy
The game industry in Estonia is still small, but even now, there are various opportunities in our country to learn how to become a game developer. It is said that there is only one thing better than playing video games – making them. How to start creating games yourself and where exactly you can do this is introduced by various local educational institutions.