The 2nd China Internet Gaming Competition

I came across this Hong Kong based ChinaTechNews site. One of today’s news on the site was about China’s gaming championship. It said: “ Organizers of the second China Internet Gaming competition in Shanghai, China’s top computer gaming championship, announced during the final that they hope to replace the South Korean-based World Cyber Games as the most important computer game competition.

About 200 players and 32 teams from all over China attended the competition to battle in such games as FIFA2003, a soccer game, Counter Strike and WarCraft 3 as well as traditional chess and card games, with winners gaining cash prizes of up to US$3,614. ”

December 15, 2003, 3:00 PM
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