World Cyber Games Grand Finals Tournament results

If your unfamiliar with the World Cyber Games (or WCG), it is an international gaming competition. Much like the Olympics, gamers from around the globe (currently 74 countries)represent their country in multi-player videogaming all vieing for the coveted gold medal.

Results were as follows.

Gold- France
Silver- Denmark
Bronze- Ukraine

Warcraft III
Gold- Norway
Silver- China
Bronze- South Korea

Starcraft: Brood War
Gold- South Korea
Silver- China
Bronze- Germany

Fifa '07
Gold- Germany
Silver- Spain
Bronze- Bulgaria

Need for Speed: Carbon
Gold- Brazil
Silver- Netherlands
Bronze- Russia

Command & Conquer 3
Gold- United Kingdom
Silver- Germany
Bronze- Germany

Age of Empires III
Gold- South Korea
Silver- U.S.A.
Bronze- Germany

Gold- Brazil
Silver- Italy
Bronze- Brazil

Gears of War
Gold- U.S.A.
Silver- Netherlands
Bronze- United Kingdom

Dead or Alive 4
Gold- U.S.A.
Silver- Sweden
Bronze- U.S.A.

Project Gotham Racing 3
Gold- Netherlands
Silver- U.S.A.
Bronze- China

Tony Hawks Project 8
Gold- U.S.A.
Silver- United Kingdom
Bronze- Austria

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bluebrad19745885d ago (Edited 5885d ago )

I can't believe South Korea took the bronze in Warcraft. I figured that they would dominate in that competition. Although, they did take the gold in Starcraft.

The UK put Australia out in the finals on Gears of War. My aussie buddy on Live is going to get a kick out of that.


Not exactly my cuppa, but there's a Yorkshire Tea controller now

The collaboration you’ve all been waiting for is here – Yorkshire Tea and your favorite console’s controller.

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Snookies124d ago

Those are um... They're certainly something!

Inverno4d ago

The Xbox controller looks better, logo is less intrusive.

Rebel_Scum3d ago

Hmph, you were lucky enough to be playing games with a yorkshire tea controller!

Back in my day we only had rectangular controllers that would give you blisters and wear your thumbs down to a nub!

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Nintendo's New Contest Rules Harming Community Events

The new rules set by Japanese gaming giant, Nintendo, might threaten future content, directly impacting the profitability of many community-driven events.

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Games1st4d ago

"The profit of these tournaments is directly impacted by these new rules, as sponsorships are being forbidden, maximum prize money is limited to $5,000, and food/drinks can’t be sold at the tournaments."

Why even bother.

Inverno4d ago

1 thing I've realized over the years is that Nintendo likes bragging about "fun", but it's "fun" how they see fit, and they often go against their consumers for the dumbest reasons. Just gonna do this stuff underground style, who are Nintendo to stop anyone from organizing community based tournaments anyway? How does this actually hurt em?

Michiel19894d ago

They've always wanted smash to be seen as a fun, casual game and nothing remotely competitive, which is in stark contrast with how Sakurai develops smash. He puts in so many little things to master for high level competitors. It's just sad, especially for the melee community. They kept the community going for 2 decades now even while all the time nintendo was trying to sabotage them.


The LEGO Sonic the Hedgehog Green Hill Zone is only $59.99 for Cyber Monday

Best Buy is offering the LEGO Sonic the Hedgehog Green Hill Zone set for an aggressive rate this Cyber Monday.

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