World Cyber Games 2004

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World Cyber Games 2004 were held at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco

The World Cyber Games 2004 was held in San Francisco, California, United States from the October 6–10.[1] It was the first ever World Cyber Games to be held outside of Korea.[2]

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Results[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Counter-Strike: Condition Zero Team 3D
United States
Johnny Quach
(boms)
Titans
Denmark
Richard Halgaard
(Drally)
MaveN
South Korea
Jeong-Tak Oh
(BeBe)
Dave Geffon
(Moto)
Andreas Andreassen
(KK)
Young-Mo Ahn
(enemy)
Salvatore Garozzo
(Volcano)
Jonas Svendsen
(whiMp)
Jun-Keon Jung
(rishNarchK)
Kyle Miller
(Ksharp)
Simon Kullenberg
(eGene)
Min-Woo Choi
(cliper)
Ronald Kim
(Rambo)
Mike Lutzhoeft
(spx)
Beum-Ho Choi
(mal)
FIFA 2004 South Korea Dae-Han Choi (Volcano) Brazil Bruno Carrico (g3x.Carrico) Germany Daniel Rasche (aL_smeyer)
Need For Speed: Underground Germany Niklas Timmermann ([pG]Sliver) South Korea Myung-Chun Yoo (LordOfGround) Brazil Andre Luiz Coliado de Macedo (andinhovsen)
Unreal Tournament 2004 Netherlands Laurens Pluymaekers (fnatic.Lauke) Germany Maurice Engelhardt (mouz.Burnie) Ukraine Roman Verenko (Chip_MasK)
WarCraft III Netherlands Manuel Schenkhuizen (4K.Grubby) South Korea Tae-Min Hwang(SK.Zacard) France Yoan Merlo (4K.ToD)
StarCraft South Korea Ji-Hun Seo (XellOs[yG]) South Korea Jeon Sang-wook (Midas[gm]) Bulgaria Christian Drechsler (BeasT)
Halo: Combat Evolved United States Matt Leto (Zyos) Canada Nelson Triana (Junior) United States David Walsh (Walshy)
Project Gotham Racing 2 Netherlands Arthur Vankan (KingTuur) Austria Juergen Unger (Sackl) Netherlands Max Haverkamp Begemann (Prooff)

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