"Kurt Shimada is shaking with joy, disbelief and a twinge of guilt. Moments ago, in the preliminary round of the computer game championships, he didn't just beat but demolished Dennis Fong, who happens to be the Michael Jordan of computer games."
Tag: Quake 2 tournament
QuakeCon 2007 — Quad Damage 1v1 Tournament Finals: Toxjq vs. Fojji
"Video of the Quake 2 duel between Toxjq and Fojji in the Quad Damage Finals at QuakeCon 2007. This is the second match of five that took place between the two players. The video is presented in High Definition and runs 15 minutes."
Wireplay Invades Brisbane: the Genesis of Multiplayer Online Gaming in Australia
To celebrate the opening of Wireplay in Brisbane, we are holding the 'Wireplay Invades Brisbane' Quake and Quake 2 Free For All competition. Do you have what it takes to frag your way through grueling heats and the final to be Australia's Quake champion?
Fragapalooza: the beauty and poetry of geekdom in full bloom!
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.
Multiplayer United: Photos from MPU LANs, Sydney, Australia
Multiplayer United (MPU) is a Local Area Network (LAN) gaming group located in the Sydney Australia area. Typically MPU runs from 11:00am until 11:00pm on a monthly basis. For details of the next MPU event check the next event page. Currently any number of the latest games are supported on a fast 10/100 m/s network. The benefit of network gaming is that you can play against your friends, enemies and total strangers alike, in a friendly, fast and exciting environment. You can meet your online pals and discuss strategies or just go hard and game for the whole 12 hours ignoring all. The atmosphere we strive for at MPU is one of friendliness with a touch of competitiveness.