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Da_BoKa 15th February 2005 10:21

TXGF Presents the ATI Ultimate LAN Dallas February 25th-27th
 
Texas Gaming Festival Presents The ATI Ultimate LAN!
ATI has a SECRET, check it out at the Dallas “ATI ULTIMATE LAN” February 25th-27th where the world will experience the unveiling!

AUSTIN, TX (Feb. 14th, 2005) - This Winter Texas Gaming Festival presents the ATI Ultimate LAN Dallas February 25th-27th. Fair Park's Food and Fiber Pavilion will house tourneys and contests with over $30,000 worth of cash and prizes. From Friday to Sunday the action will be non-stop 24 hours a day, and will include ATI's secret unveiling.

A $10 entry fee which goes to charity will get you in the door, and TXGF is now accepting sign-ups for the BYOC LAN event as well as its many tournaments, which include the following games: Counter-strike Source, Counter-Strike 1.6, Battlefield 1942 Desert Combat, Battlefield Vietnam, and Half Life 2 Deathmatch.

The headlining Counter-Strike Source Tournament, sponsored by ATI, has a $5,000 purse. ATI is also providing $2,500 for Battlefield Vietnam, and a number of Radeon video cards for additional prizes.

We are excited to once again be working with ATI this time in Dallas." said Chris Tom, Director for TXGF. "It is the perfect venue for them to
showcase their best-of-class video cards to a demographic of power-hungry PC users.
“We are extremely pleased to sponsor TXGF in delivering a world-class LAN party experience for gamers,” said Ian McNaughton, Senior Marketing Manager, ATI. “As the industry leader in discrete graphics, we owe much of our success to the gaming community and are looking forward to delivering three action-packed days of fun and excitement.”

"Kingston is proud to sponsor the ATI Ultimate LAN. TXGF along with our friends at ATI are putting on a great event. We will have Kingston HyperX and DataTraveler on hand for winners of Counter-Strike 1.6. There will also be plenty of Kingston HyperX swag and prizes!" Jaja Lin HyperX Marketing Manager, Kingston Technology Co., Inc.

“OCZ is excited to sponsor the upcoming Texas Gaming Festival ATi Ultimate LAN,” stated Alex Mei, VP of Marketing, OCZ Technology “LAN events of this magnitude allow us to support the unique needs of gamers firsthand, and personally meet and greet some of the premier up and coming cyber athletes.”

At TXGF, gamers will compete against each another on high-end gaming machines powered by the AMD Athlon 64 processors with ATI's RADEON video cards. Winners of the tournaments will be awarded various prizes, including PC hardware and cash. Those not competing in the gaming tournaments will still have the chance to win prizes in the case-mod contest, overclocking contest, and Pimp My PC.
For the latest news and full details visit TXGF.com.

Sponsors and exhibitors supporting this event include:

ATI
AMD
Kingston
Gigabyte
Abit
OCZ
3Com
Ubisoft
Atari
Running With Scissors
Prize and SWAG partners include:
Thermaltake
XG
Maxtor
Sapphire
Shuttle
Corsair
Bawls
Icemat
Geil
GamerzStuff
ComputerGeeks

About TXGF
The Texas Gaming Fest, based in Austin, Texas, builds on the experience of Tom Publishing LLC - a company that has produced top-quality hardware websites that attract hundreds of thousands of unique visitors every month. This fan-base has helped create a loyal following of a high-tech demographic - perfect for the LAN event atmosphere. TXGF's Lans Across Texas program is bringing events all over the state in 2005.

TXGF events create a festival atmosphere, where video gamers converge to hang out, showcase their skills, mingle with their peers, and just have a good time.
Providing a high-energy, safe and supervised atmosphere, TXGF organizes the infrastructure: music, food, gaming celebrities, the on-site technical architecture, sponsors exhibitors, prizes, etc. Pre-event promotional activities include radio spots, print media advertising, college and high school kick-off programs, etc.

kristos 15th February 2005 13:56

anyone have a picture of that case? :

http://www.ati.com/gitg/promotions/u...lan/index.html



I remember seeing it in a newspost here on madshrimps, probably a year ago :)


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