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Phantagram throw down the gauntlet

World Championship for Kingdom Under Fire about to kick off

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While its single player campaigns didn't particularly impress us and the graphics look decidely antiquated, the saving grace for real-time strategy / role-playing hybrid Kingdom Under Fire is undoubtedly its excellent multiplayer support. Now Korean publisher Phantagram are taking full advantage of that, with the announcement of a World Championship for the game. The first preliminary online competition here in the UK will be taking place towards the end of March, and if you want to take part in this contest you must register by Thursday March 15th. Simply send an e-mail with your name, address and phone number to - you must be over 15, own a copy of the game, and live in the UK to take part in the UK Championship.

Winners of the preliminary rounds will share prizes worth around £1000 and gain entry to the UK Championship finals, where they can win further prizes and earn the chance to represent the UK at the Kingdom Under Fire World Championship, which will be taking place towards the end of this year. Both one-on-one and three player team events are planned. To find out more, contact

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