Cyber Games on Spike

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Spike TV is airing a special edition of Game Head, covering the 07 World Cyber Games.  The show premiers tomorrow (Nov. 9th) at 11PM.  The event was a big deal this year and it got a lot of media coverage.  I think it's kind of ironic that this thing isn't on G4, but then again, that channel hasn't been about gaming for a few years now. 

World Cyber Games 2007 Grand Final One-Hour Special Episode to Air on Spike TV's Game Head Friday, November 9 at 11p.m.

 Go Behind-the-Scenes With TEAM USA As They Capture the Title of Top Gaming Nation at the "Olympics" of e-Sports

(New York, NY November 8, 2007) - On Friday, November 9, Spike TV's Game Head will premiere its one-hour special episode of the World Cyber Games (WCG) 2007 Grand Final.  Catch all the gaming action and behind-the-scenes drama as Spike TV's signature video game program, Game Head, serves up highlights of the 22 players who represent TEAM USA in competitive video gamings largest and most prestigious tournament.  In addition, Spike TV will provide a never-before-seen look at the WCG 2007 Grand Final and follow TEAM USA as they earn their second ever world championship on e-Sport's biggest international stage. 

Over the last few months, Spike TV's Game Head has given an inside look at the U.S. gamers competing in the 2007 World Cyber Games and their journey to make TEAM USA.  From Regional Qualifier tournaments, to a special episode of the USA National Final that can be seen at, Spike TV's 2007 coverage of the WCG culminates with a final one-hour episode focusing on TEAM USA members and their experience inside and outside of the Grand Final tournament.  From the player's hotel, to media interviews, team meetings and much more, this behind-the-scenes look offers viewers the chance to delve into the world of pro gaming and the competitors who participate in the world's biggest tournament.

Culled down from 1.5+ million competitors worldwide, the WCG 2007 Grand Final features the top 700 players from a record 74 countries competing for a share of more than $500,000 in cash and prizes and the distinction of the world's best gaming nation.   Spike TV captures all the gaming action and festival ambiance from the planet's premier e-Sports event, which took place at Seattle's Qwest Field Event Center and featured fierce competition in 12 Xbox 360 and PC video games.

The World Cyber Games 2007 Grand Final special episode on Spike TV's Game Head is brought to viewers by Samsung Electronics.

The World Cyber Games ( is the premiere blue chip global tournament and cultural cyber festival in gaming, with well over 1.5 million players from 74 countries participating in 2007.  Founded in 2000 and credited with launching the professional careers of many of the planet's top video game players, the World Cyber Games uses a yearlong tournament format, which begins with online, regional and national competitions in each country.  National finalists then compete in the ultimate international tournament in e-Sports, The World Cyber Games Grand Final, where each country's best players compete for the largest and most prestigious prize in competitive gaming.  The 2007 Grand Final was held at Qwest Field in Seattle, Washington October 4 - 7.   World Cyber Games sponsors include Worldwide Partner Samsung, Global premier Partner Microsoft Xbox 360 and Games For Windows, Circuit City, Phillips amBX, Dust-Off, Samsung SynchMaster Monitors, Samsung Digital Camera, Samsung Mobile, Intel Core 2 Extreme and broadcast & media partners Spike TV,, and X-Fire.

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