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Converging on Shanghai - ACON4 Final and ABIT and Kingston Factories (Page 2)

Cameron Wilmot | Jun 14, 2004 at 11:00 pm CDT - 1 min, 3 secs reading time for this page
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ACON4 Final - Opening

On the 6th of June, we all arrived at Shanghai Mart (SM) for the ACON4 final which is located only about 20 minutes out of down town Shanghai. After we hit the seventh floor of SM, we were greeted with familiar English ACON4 signs - we instantly knew we were in the right spot. The entrance was fairly subdued but there was anticipation to pass through and find out what awaited us inside.

We entered the arena playing host to ACON4 and there seemed to be quite a large buzz of excitement as everyone waited for the organizers to get the show on the road, as they say.

The trophies await their winners in the hours ahead.

The gamers section - all just itching to get the gaming underway, I bet.

The pre-show performance was performed by a bunch of highly talented Chinese kids and did a good job of waking us all up.

The gamers are introduced.

Some of the most beautiful Asian girls presented sponsors products to the audience. This definitely sparked the interest of the majority of the male audience, although I'm not sure how much attention would have been paid to the products themselves.


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