Samsung Electronics and International Cyber Marketing to Make Donation of 600 PC Monitors and Plasmas to Technology Access Foundation During the World Cyber Games 2007 Grand Finals

Samsung Electronics and International Cyber Marketing (ICM) will be donating 600 SyncMaster 931C monitors and five plasmas to Seattle's Technology Access Foundation. The announcement will be part of the opening ceremonies of the World Cyber Games 2007 Grand Finals at Qwest Field. The Sync Master 931C is a 19-inch TFT LCD monitor that features 97 percent of the NTSC (National Television System Committee) color gamut for CCFL (Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamp) displays. It provides a dazzling CCFL color range of 97 percent, which allows for optimal graphics and colors for gaming. Additionally, more vibrant, true-to-life images can be created.

With well over 1.5 million players from 74 countries, the World Cyber Games is the gaming world's premier video game tournament. Featuring on-line and off-line events held throughout the world, the World Cyber Games uses a year-long qualifying format similar to the Olympics, where gamers first compete to earn a spot on their respective national teams before playing against the best video game players in the world in e-Sport's most prestigious tournament, the World Cyber Games Grand Final. The WCG 2006 Grand Final in Monza, Italy, broke new ground as more than 24 million people tuned in to watch the competition unfold in real-time, marking the first-ever global, live satellite broadcast for an e-Sports event.

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