That rounds up the Australian leg of ACON4 as most of the other countries finish their respective finals as well. ABIT will now prepare to send the winner from each country to Shanghai in China next month where they will have their flight and accommodation fully paid for as the competition heat is turned up to maximum.
It will be quite interesting to attend the ACON4 worldwide final next month as gamers from a vast cultural mix play against each other for their chance to win a brand new motor car and a monster swag of other prizes from the sponsors who have all put in to make this exciting event become a reality.
ABIT and the rest of the sponsors of ACON4 should be congratulated for putting together such an ambitious global event which apparently has operated so far without a hitch. Start practicing gamers - it's getting serious now!
See you all in Shanghai!
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