"Clan [IT] is made up of a bunch of guys who love to play Quake and love a good challenge. We are probably older than most people playing, but we like that. We have played Q2 and now Q3A. We mostly play Q3A Instagib CTF, but will play other types. We have a variety of guys here. We program our own mods, have our own skins, and design our own levels. We also have our own server. We are about dedication, having fun, and kicking some major ass. If you'd like to get your ass kicked by us, or if you think you want to be a part of Clan [IT], e-mail me. -Cygor"
"We are well under way to making Canadian History. In just a few weeks we will field the first ever Canadian National Desktop PC Gaming Team. We were too late for Sidney, but who knows what's in store for 2004? Anyhow, I am Daniel Awadalla aka [xeno]Ronin and together with Doug Sohn (owner of Digital Fusion) , we are pleased to present the First Annual Candian Cyber Championship, in cooperation with Battletop and World Cyber Games."
I pretty much play 1 game at a time, but when I do, I play it seriously, and play it hard! I am known worldwide as "Mr.Magoo" and can be found hanging out in irc.enterthegame.com channel #cLockwork with my clanmates and friends. I am currently one of the leaders of clan cLockwork. -Alex B.
Let's go back in time to the summers of 1997 and 1998, in Edmonton, Alberta, where inside an airplane hangar we find the flowering of Canada's e-sports scene: Fragapalooza, the biggest LAN gaming competitions in Canada, where the first Canadian Quake champions were crowned.
The first online pro sport for the computer gaming crowd. Sponsored by AMD, hosted by Ten Entertainment Network, and driven by popular demand, the PGL will do for computer games what the NBA did for two peach baskets and a medicine ball. We're talking serious revolution. How serious? How about $250,000 in cash and prizes in the first year? How about "quit your day job and start honing your deathmatch skills" serious? Okay - now that we've got your attention, read on...