- ACON4 Shanghai Wrapup
ABit have kindly forwarded on their latest press release which informs us of the final results to their highly successful worldwide ACON4 gaming tournament this year. The finals took place on June 6th in Shanghai, China where 18 of the finest contestants worldwide were brought together to fight it out for the crown.
The U.S. of A's own Matthew Anderson (aka mTw-Wizard) came through in the end, winning himself a new car, followed by russian aT.deadman coming second and picking himself up 3 and a half grand USD. Thirdly, a Chun Jung Hee (SK.sweet) from Korea who scored himself $2k USD for his third place achievement, and coming in at fourth place a Su Ho (Yoliny.suhO) of China earned himself $1k USD.
ABIT's official press release contains further details from the event including a chart highlighting full results of all the players, more images and other general info.
July 6, 2004 - On June 6th, 2004, 18 of the best Warcraft III players from around the world gathered in Shanghai, China with one purpose: to become the ACON4 World Champion. Over 500 spectators gathered to witness the absolute highest level of competition and gameplay. After an entire day of intense battles, Matthew Anderson (mTw-Wizard) managed to defeat Andrey Sobolev (aT.deadman) in the finals, winning a brand new car for his efforts.
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