World Cyber Games U.S. Open kicks off in New York City
The World Cyber Games U.S. Open kicks off this weekend in New York City.
Do you think you're good at video games? Compared to these guys, you probably aren't.
The World Cyber Games is the world's largest professional gaming league, and it's kicking off its U.S. Open tournament series this weekend in New York. Pros from all across gamerdom are competing in this weekend's tournament for over $20,000 in cash and prices and a berth in the USA National Final tournament. Among the competitors in the U.S. Open are professional
The tournament is being held at the Samsung Store in the Time Warner Center at Columbus Circle, and will be open to spectators. Even complete newbies will be able to participate in a
In the interest of full disclosure, "Master" Rodriguez is indeed very, very good at Dead or Alive 4. I didn't win a single fight against him, out of half a dozen rounds. Never let him play Ryu.