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Hong Kong action

Showing once again that anything that Europe and America can do, the Far East can manage just as well, the World Game Federation sent word that they recently held a big computer games tournament in Hong Kong, with HK$260,000 in cash prizes up for grabs - that's over £20,000 in real money. Taking in FIFA 2000, Starcraft, Age of Empires II and Quake 3 Arena, the event raged for eleven hours, with the winners and two runners-up from each of the four competitions getting to represent Hong Kong in the massive "World Cyber Game Challenge 2000" tournament being run by Battletop in South Korea later this year. You can find the full results on the WGF website...

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