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Converging on Shanghai - ACON4 Final and ABIT and Kingston Factories (Page 5)

Cameron Wilmot | Jun 14, 2004 at 11:00 pm CDT - 0 mins, 57 secs reading time for this page
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ACON4 Final - The Winners and Closing

Here we see the winners being awarded their prizes and in the final shot we see all four winners as well as the sponsors. The kid from the US, mTw-Wizard, took first surprise win over the favorite from South Korea, SK.Sweet.

Keep the government officials happy, and then everyone is happy. That's about all which needs to be said here. I'd like to be able to return to China sometime in the future. ;)

That was the ACON4 final. I would consider the event successful with a solid turn out from the gaming public in Shanghai who gave the event quite a bit of spark with screams of excitement and efforts of getting autographs from the gamers who were treated just like Hollywood celebrities. It was quite bizarre.

We look forward to further developments of ACON gaming competitions by ABIT and their sponsors in the months ahead as we await details of ACON5 and other gaming events ABIT have planned.

Now let's take a look at the ABIT owned Rolly Technology factory as we learn visually how ABIT produce their products from when they are first born.

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