Golden Swedish Gamer.
A gold medalist for first place playing the "TrackMania Nations Forever" cyber game was won by Kalle "Frostbeule" Mörtlund Videkull of Team Sweden.
The 10th annual World Cyber Games Grand Final concluded as a four-day contest at the last of September in the Los Angeles Convention Center. The event attracted more than 400 competitors from 58 countries. South Korean players retained the title of grand champions for the third straight year at what is called the "Olympics of the video game world."ADVERTISEMENT
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For more info on the recent championships, see World Cyber Games www.wcg-europe.com