World Cyber Games 2009

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The 2009 World Cyber Games (also known as WCG 09 or World Cyber Games 09) took place from November 11 to November 15, 2009 in Chengdu, Sichuan, China. It had over 600 participates from 70 countries taking part,[1] the prize money is estimated at around $500,000.

Official Games[edit]

Warcraft III, StarCraft, Counter Strike, FIFA 09, Carom3D, Red Stone and TrackMania Nations Forever on PC Guitar Hero: World Tour and Virtua Fighter 5 on Xbox 360 Asphalt4 and Wise Star 2 on Mobile

Competition Draw[edit]

The Competition Draws took place on October 19, October 20 and October 21. All competition draws took place on one of these three days.

  • Oct. 19: Asphalt 4 > Wise Star 2 > Counter-Strike
  • Oct. 20: Guitar Hero > Virtua Fighter 5 > FIFA 09
  • Oct. 21: Carom 3D - > Trackmania Nations Forever - > StarCraft - > Warcraft III

Results[edit]

Official[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
WarCraft III : The Frozen Throne China Wang Xuwen (Infi) China Lu Weiliang (Fly100%) South Korea Park June (Lyn)
Counter-Strike 1.6 AGAiN
Poland
Jakub Gurczynski
(kuben)
fnatic
Sweden
Patrik Sättermon
(cArn)
Mortal Teamwork
Denmark
Alexander Holdt
(ave)
Lukasz Wnek
(LUq)
Patrik Lindberg
(f0rest)
Christoffer Sunde
(Sunde)
Wiktor Wojtas
(Taz)
Rasmus Ståhl
(Gux)
Danny Sørensen
(zonic)
Mariusz Cybulski
(Loord)
Harley Örwall
(dsn)
Oliver Ari Minet
(minet)
Filip Kubski
(neo)
Christopher Alesund
(GeT_RiGhT)
Martin Heldt
(trace)
TrackMania Nations Forever Sweden Jesper Karjalainen (KarjeN) Sweden Kalle Mortlund Videkull (FrostBeule) Norway Fredrik Bergmann (Bergie)
StarCraft: Brood War South Korea Jae-Dong Lee (Jaedong) South Korea Byung-Gu Song (Stork) South Korea Taek-Yong Kim (Bisu)
FIFA 09 Germany Joshua Begehr (SK_Kr0ne) Germany Daniel Schellhase (SK_hero) Poland Piotr Zajkowski (Pio)
Red Stone ComeonBaby
South Korea
Ki-Pyo Kang HAPPY_SWEETS
Japan
Hiroto Watanabe Cool_Runnings
United States
Jon Lunceford
Seung-Ryul Kim Shouta Ueda Matt Marcou
Sung-Min Song Kuniaki Kitagawa Sean Snack
Tae-Seok Kim Tomohiro Takami Colin Fogle
Carom3D South Korea Hee-Chul Kim (MARCJACOBS) Brazil Jean Monico (jeantek) Germany Andreas Krieger (Protonski)
Virtua Fighter 5 Japan Keita Ai (FOOD) South Korea Eui-Wook Shin (ShinZ_Km) South Korea Dae-Hwan Kim (Rikojjang)
Guitar Hero World Tour Brazil Fabio Jardim (caiomenudo13) United States Michael Najman (MoB_Shift) United States Robert Michaels (vVv smokyprogg)
Wise Star 2 Italy Enrico Aurora (a.Enrico) France Christophe Limet (Blackbelt) United States Trevor Housten (TorcH)
Asphalt4 : Elite Racing Taiwan Liu You-chen (TER_BURBERRYqq) Singapore Jared Beins (slyfoxlover) South Korea Won-Joon Lee (KimBuJa)

Promotion[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Dungeon and Fighter South Korea Jong-Min Jeong (UraniumHwangjaeM) Japan Shun Ishikawa (CLAY) South Korea Je-Myung Lee (Marenobba)

Sponsors[edit]

Samsung Electronics (Worldwide Partner)

Official theme song[edit]

The official theme song of the World Cyber Games is called "Beyond the Game" and the title is also the name of the World Cyber Games Motto.

Videos[edit]

The World Cyber Games published the different events on their YouTube account and their site.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "WCG 2009 Overview". World Cyber Games. Retrieved 2009-03-15. 

External links[edit]