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World Cyber Games (WCG) Calls it Quits After 14 Years

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  • World Cyber Games (WCG) Calls it Quits After 14 Years

    Brad Lee, the CEO of World Cyber Games (WCG), sent out an email saying the organization will no longer be holding any tournaments or events. This obviously also includes the long-standing Grand Finals that often featured a variety of games with tens of thousands of dollars in cash and prize winnings each year.
    This year, World Cyber Games Inc. will not organize tournaments and events, including the World Cyber Games finals world.

    Accordingly, each partner can use brand WCG in your country from this point. This decision was made by the WCG committee after considering the current global trend as well as the business environment.

    This is a shocking news to you, we know, the entire staff of the WCG was surprised.

    In 14 years, all you have to do what makes the best WCG become the greatest events in the world.

    There are many great moments based on your dedication. Although the brand has disappeared but WCG spirit will remain forever in the hearts of each player and fans.

    This moment is very difficult and painful for me. However, I must say goodbye to the WCG.

    I appreciate the passion and enthusiasm of you in 14 years.

    I hope your company will grow, prosper, and we will soon meet again.

    Brad Lee

    World Cyber Games Inc. CEO.

    The 2013 Grand Finals concluded on December 1 with a record 155,000 on-site spectators.

    (via Ongamers)