2007-08 Aztec Cup Winter Cyber Games in Taiwan starts with charity and competitiveness

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Thursday, December 27, 2007

With sponsorships of the 2007-08 Aztec Cup Winter Cyber Games, it showed the public welfares of this gaming competition.
Image: Rico Shen.

"Aztec Cup", named and famous in Taiwan on cyber-gaming industry, started in Taipei today and will run until January 6, 2008 at Taipei New World Shopping Center. Companies like iKala, Bandai-Namco, International Games System, Kingston Technology, and Seednet all supported this competition to help donations with Child Welfare League Foundation of the Republic Of China on public welfares.

According to the main organizer, Aztec Master Plan, the Aztec Cup would be scheduled with different gaming natures and populations by seasonal or friendship competitions. Several games might be chosen as the official games frequently in different kind competitions.

By the way for the sponsors, they identically agreed the combination with charity, cyber-gaming, and entertainment by the organizer in winter because it (the competition) can help the disadvantage organizations and developments of the cyber-gaming industry.

Also in the press conference, Taipei New World Shopping Center, the venue owner, mentioned to media: "We [the owner] definitively supported the gaming industry as some good examples like X06 Taiwan, 2006 World Cyber Games Taiwan Qualifier, and NBA 2K8 Asia Championship Taiwan Qualifier successively held in this venue. We hope the public can participate this competition to support the gaming industry in Taiwan."

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