Today World Cyber Games
announced that they have formed an exclusive partnership with China's largest IT product warehouse, Buynow Computer Shopping Mall
. Buynow will be the ONLY consumer electronics mall with a booth at the WCG Grand Final
, which will take place in China (Chengdu to be exact!) from November 11th to the 15th.
Leading Electronics Store Will Participate at the 2009 Grand Final in
Chengdu, China and Offer the Latest News on Their
Newly Revamped Website
Additionally, Online Visitors Will Have the Opportunity to Win
New York, NY. August 10, 2009 - The World Cyber Games (WCG), the
recognized blue chip leader for international video game competitions,
today announced an exclusive premier partnership with Buynow IT Mall,
China's largest IT product powerhouse. As a premier partner, Buynow
will be the only consumer electronics mall with a set booth at the
largest videogame festival in the world - the WCG Grand Final in
Chengdu, China this November 11-15.
"eSports fans and participants need the very best in electronics, and
with a total of 19 Buynow IT malls located in China, they know where
they can get it," said an official spokesperson of Buynow
Headquarters. "The WCG Grand Final will offer Buynow the opportunity
to show everyone that we can become the benchmark of IT malls in
Through the partnership, Buynow will distribute the latest WCG news on
their recently redesigned website from August through November.
Additionally, Buynow will hold online events and promotions with other
WCG partners throughout their partnership where participants in China
can log-on and enter for the chance to win valuable electronics.
Please visit the official website (www.Buynow.com.cn) for details.
"Our partnership with leading German based retailer Saturn in 2008 was
such a success that we wanted to have Grand Final partnership in China
for 2009," said Hyoung-seok Kim, CEO of World Cyber Games Inc., the
global organizer of the World Cyber Games. "Buynow is one of the most
prominent IT malls in China making the chain the perfect partner to
promote this futuristic event."
With well over one million players from nearly 80 countries, the World
Cyber Games is widely regarded as video gaming's premier tournament.
Featuring online and offline events held throughout the world, the
year-long WCG series attracted millions of competitors worldwide in
2008. Additionally, the World Cyber Games has been recognized by
Guinness World Records for the World's Largest Video Game Competition
with over 1.5 million competitors worldwide.
About The World Cyber Games
World Cyber Games (www.wcg.com) is the premiere global eSports
tournament and festival, with about 800 players from 78 countries
participating at the WCG 2008 Grand Final. Founded in 2000 and
credited with launching the professional careers of many of the
planet's top competitive video game players, World Cyber Games uses a
yearlong tournament format, which begins with online, regional and
national competitions in each country. National finalists then convene
to compete in the ultimate international tournament in eSports, the
World Cyber Games Grand Final, where each country's best players
battle for the largest and most prestigious prizes in competitive
gaming. The WCG 2008 Grand Final was held in Cologne, Germany. This
year's WCG Grand Final will be held in Chengdu, China from November 11
About Buynow IT Mall
Founded in 1998 and invested by Clevo, one of the world's most
significant preferred NB OEM/ODM manufactures, Buynow
(www.Buynow.com.cn) has already becomes one of the most prominent IT
malls in China today. There are more than 19 Buynow IT Malls, located
in Shanghai (3 malls), Nanjing, Chengdu, Shenyang, Zhengzhou, Tianjin,
Hefei, Hangzhou, Guangzhou, Changchun, Xian, Harbin, Xiamen, Wuxi,
Beijing. In addition, there are still many malls under construction
and will be opened soon in Changzhou, Wuhan, Qingdao, etc. In the near
future, Buynow will have at least 35 IT Malls in operation. We believe
Buynow will be the best brand of IT retail industry and become the
benchmark of IT malls in China.