World Cyber Games 2010

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The 2010 World Cyber Games (also known as WCG 2010) took place from September 30 to October 3, 2010 in the Los Angeles Convention Center, Los Angeles, US.[1] The event hosted 450 competing players from 58 countries competing over prizes worth over $250,000.[2]

Official games[edit]

PC games[edit]

Xbox 360 games[edit]

Mobile games[edit]

Promotion games[edit]

Results[edit]

Official[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Asphalt 5 Australia Charlie Elliot (Tenshii) South Korea Won-Joon Lee (KimBuJa) Russia Phillip Mussuri (Mussuri)
Carom3D Brazil Fernando Rogoski (Pantaneiro) Brazil Fabio Fonseca (TheLogaN) South Korea Hee-Chul Kim (MARCJACOBS)
Counter-Strike 1.6 NaVi
Ukraine
Yegor Markelov
(markeloff)
mTw.dk
Denmark
Christoffer Sunde
(Sunde)
Frag-Executors
Poland
Jakub Gurczynski
(kuben)
Sergey Ischuk
(starix)
Alexander Holdt
(ave)
Mariusz Cybulski
(Loord)
Danylo Teslenko
(Zeus)
Danny Sørensen
(zonic)
Filip Kubski
(Neo)
Arsenij Trynozhenko
(esenin)
Martin Heldt
(trace)
Jarosław Jarząbkowski
(pasha)
Ivan Sukharev
(Edward)
Oliver Ari Minet
(minet)
Wiktor Wojtas
(TaZ)
FIFA 10 United Kingdom Michael Patsias (MikeZy) China Zheng Yeng (Zola) Slovakia Michal Polívka (bl4ck_p01nt)
Forza Motorsport 3 United Kingdom David Kelly (d.Daveyskills) Germany Niklas Krellenberg (Johnson) Netherlands Wouter von Someren (Handewasser)
Guitar Hero 5 United States Alec Castillo (vVv Acai28) United Kingdom George Boothby (ti.Monkey) Netherlands Boy Kremers (Kaos.Boyke)
StarCraft South Korea Young-Ho Lee (Flash) South Korea Goo-Hyun Kim (Goojila) South Korea Jae-Dong Lee (Jaedong)
Tekken 6 South Korea Jae-Min Bae (Knee) Japan Akihiro Abe (AO) Japan Shutaro Kitahara (honnda)
TrackMania Sweden Kalle Videkull (FrostBeule) Austria Peter Strele (PeZi) France Dorian Vallet (Carl)
Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne South Korea Sung-Sik Kim (ReMinD) Netherlands Manuel Schenkhuizen (Grubby) South Korea June Park (Lyn)

Promotion[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
League of Legends Counter Logic Gaming
United StatesCanada
George Georgallidis
(HotshotGG)
IWEARCAPEIRL
GermanySwitzerland
Shawn Roger Bourquin
(Osaft22)
AnotherStory
Singapore
Siong Chong Teo
(Opio)
Sam Hartman-Kenzler
(Kobe24)
Benjamin Hiller
(SleazyWeazy)
Lian-Quan Chen
(amnesia)
Micheal Tang
(bigfatlp)
Johannes Lüder
(Severus)
Pei-Xiang Daryl Koh
(iceiceice)
Steve Chau
(Chauster)
Wai Noch Shum
(Reyk)
Xing-Lei Wong
(Chawy)
Cody Sigfusson
(Elementz)
Christian Dietze
(Zylor)
Zhi-Ping Lim
(d4rkness)
Lost Saga Sanarae
South Korea
Young-Ho Jeon
(Cheetah)
TheFootClan
United States
Joshua Thomas
(Blavebliss)
GoodLuck
United States
Michael Muller
(Mike)
Hyun-Sub Kim
(Fate)
Gustavo Calix
(MonopolyGuy)
Eddie Valdez
(Professor)
Tae-Kyung Park
(Quixote)
Eric Moore
(TakuyaSugi)
Anthony Piggott
(Sonic)
Quake Wars Online AmeriMiX
United States
Richard Singh
(H4rdc0re)
-ET-
South Korea
Suk-Song In
(Beatles)
FOOOOT
Australia
 ?
Michael Penna
(ras.)
Hyun-Ki Lee
(ByukO)
 ?
Ben Pratte
(Adhesive)
Jong-Woo Back
(heroes07)
 ?
Michael Free
(raccoon)
Tai-Ho Kim
(iLIn)
 ?
Kregg Malcolm
(SoulVoid)
Hyun-Choong Shin
(skywest)
 ?
Aleks Kostrikin
(INF3RN0)
Woo-Seong Jang
(Woos)
 ?

References[edit]

  1. ^ Plunkett, Luke (October 1, 2010). "World Cyber Games 2010 Kicks Off In LA". Kotaku. Retrieved April 23, 2015. 
  2. ^ "WCG Completes 10th Annual Grand Final in Los Angeles". Retrieved November 27, 2010. 

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