Each player faced off against his opponent, with the winner moving onto the next round. Today's overall winner, will challenge tomorrow's overall winner for a shot at a trip to Shanghai, China to complete in the finals. The players were gaming on IBM boxes, powered by 3.06GHz P4s, 512MB of RAM and GeForce 4 Ti 4600s. The staff at the event was very professional, and the facilities were top-notch. If you live in the area and haven't checked it out yet, take a trip to web2zone...it's really cool. We've also got some more news about the ACON4 sponsors. It looks like ATi will be pitching in as well...
ATI Joins ACON4:World's biggest gaming event just got bigger! Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C., April 12, 2004- Spanning 20 countries and territories, ACON4 is 2004's largest gaming event. Now, ABIT is proud to announce that graphics leader, ATI Technologies, has joined ACON4 as a major sponsor. With ATI on board, ACON4 promises to also be one of 2004's most lucrative gaming events, featuring over US$150,000 in cash and prizes.
"LAN gaming tournaments have become a truly global phenomenon, uniting people from around the world in the spirit of friendship and competition," said Paul Ayscough, Director of Corporate Marketing, ATI Technologies Inc. "By supporting best-in-class events like ACON4, we demonstrate our commitment to this growing community and provide them with the tools to push the visual boundaries of gaming." READ MORE.
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