The nation's best gamers gather in Toronto for the 2007 WCG Canadian
TORONTO, Aug. 23 /CNW/ - This weekend, Toronto will be playing host to
Canada's top gaming talent as more than 200 participants converge in the heart
of the city for the 2007 World Cyber Games Canadian Championship. Gamers from
across the country will be vying for valuable prizes and the chance to
represent Team Canada at the World Cyber Games 2007 Grand Final this October
in Seattle, Washington.
Don't miss some of this year's exciting highlights, including:
- WCG World Champion Ryan Ward of Edmonton, who will be defending his
title playing Dead or Alive 4 for Xbox 360
- WCG National Champion Nick "Testie" Perentesis, who will attempt to
capture the gold medal in Starcraft: Brood War for PC for the fourth
year in a row
- Elaine "Lainey" Kim of Toronto, who will be playing Half-Life:
Counter Strike 1.6 with Team Invincible - who says gaming is just for
- An open tournament in which up-and-comers can prove their gaming
skills playing Need for Speed: Carbon for PC on Friday, August 24.
The winner will receive a free trip to the WCG Grand Final in
Since 2000, World Cyber Games has been the world's biggest gaming
competition and festival, attracting more than 800 competitors from
approximately 70 countries. Dubbed the "Olympics of computer gaming," World
Cyber Games brings the world's top players together to compete for cash prizes
and global recognition.
What: 2007 World Cyber Games Canadian Championship
When: August 24 - August 26, 2007
Where: Fan Expo, Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Toronto, ON
Visit www.worldcybergames.ca for more details.
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