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World Cyber Games

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The World Cyber Games (WCG) is an event held annually ever since year 2000. WCG is a global tournament in which sport is conducted within the medium of cyberspace, also known as e-sports. It serves as a rapidly growing international olympics in which nearly one million players compete against one another for the title of world champion in separate events. WCG is the largest cyber-gaming event serving what is becoming the largest sports market in the world.

The World Cyber Games also serves as a gaming industry conference drawing industry leaders and technology experts as speakers and attendees to share ideas about the present and future of e-sports and their cultural relevance to society. The World Cyber Games ongoing trend of being held annually appropriately displays the growth of e-sports throughout the years.

The World Cyber Games also provides a platform for gamers all over the world to compete against one another to earn the right to be crowned the world's best. Along the way, these gamers foster new friendships amongst other gamers from all over the world. WCG has certainly brought gamers from all over the world together through one interest; e-sports.

Tournaments[edit]

Event Date Winner Runner-Up
World Cyber Games 2011 Busan Korea 2011-12-08 – 2011-12-11 South Korea  Mvp China  XiGua
World Cyber Games 2012 Kunshan China 2012-11-29 – 2012-12-02 South Korea  PartinG France  Adelscott
World Cyber Games 2013 Kunshan China 2013-11-28 – 2013-12-01 South Korea  Soulkey South Korea  Sora
World Cyber Games 2019 Xi'an China 2019-07-19 – 2019-07-21 South Korea  Maru Italy  Reynor

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Medals won per Race[edit]

Race
Zerg 1 2 0
Terran 2 0 1
Protoss 1 2 3

Medals won per Player[edit]

Gold[edit]

   South Korea  Mvp  -  South Korea  PartinG  -  South Korea  Soulkey  -  South Korea  Maru

Silver[edit]

   China  XiGua  -  France  Adelscott  -  South Korea  Sora  -  Italy  Reynor

Bronze[edit]

   Ukraine  Kas  -  China  MacSed  -  South Korea  PartinG  -  United States  Neeb

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