The Olympic Games are coming to Seattle Thursday, and hundreds of competitors from dozens of countries will be going head to head for national honor.
Of course, this isn't really the Olympics. It's actually the finals of the seventh-annual World Cyber Games, one of the largest video game tournaments in the world, and one which many of the players feel is among the most important of all.
"I feel really honored" to be playing in the finals, said Geoff Robinson, who will be representing the United States in his home town. "My big goal was to go to the U.S. nationals...I was able to win (there) and I am completely satisfied with that. The opportunity to represent the U.S. is really just cream on top of the pie."