ABIT are currently hosting a World Wide Gaming event called ACON4. The winners will be flown to Shanghai, China to experience one of the world’s most dynamic cities, and where winners from each region will then compete head-to-head in a Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne tournament to determine the ACON4 champion. Also at each tournament location, prizes will be awarded to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place.
Catch the next round of ACON4 gaming in the Southern Ontrario Region (specifically London) April 17th and 18th at:
Head 2 Head Games
246 Dundas Street
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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."
Gamers from around the world will test their skills at the wildly popular Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne against the best players from their regional qualifier. Upon winning their qualifier, each regional champion will then travel all-expenses-paid to Shanghai, China to compete in the ACON4 finals. There, they will face the best players in the world for the ACON4 championship.
"The support we've received from both the industry and gamers worldwide is tremendous," said ABIT Marketing Director Scott Thirlwell. "With ATI joining our ranks, there's never been a better reason for gamers to register and win."
ACON4 worldwide registration has now opened. Seating is limited, so register now to secure your chance to take on the world at http://www.abitgamer.com.