Dopo aver rischiato il fallimento, ABIT, recentemente acquistata da ULI, un produttore di personal computer molto vicino a IBM, ha annunciato che la sua presenza al CeBIT metterà in primo piano il gaming e la sua linea di prodotti Fatal1ty, che prende il nome proprio dal gamer più famoso del mondo.
Taiwan, February 24, 2006 – CeBIT is around the corner, and the German
city of Hannover braces itself for the 20th anniversary of the biggest computer
and consumer electronics trade show in the world. For high-tech company ABIT,
maker of enthusiast level motherboards and PC peripherals, the annual CeBIT
fair has become an extremely important venue for showcasing the very latest
in performance and innovation.
ABIT has a long history of not just following, but to a large extent setting
the trends in the tech-savvy PC enthusiast market. While the professional gaming
scene is expected to explode in 2006, ABIT has been supporting the world of
eSports from the very beginning. ABIT is responsible for the world famous ACON
gaming events, sponsoring the most talented teams, and working closely with
Johnathan "Fatal1ty" Wendel,
the world's number one professional gamer, to develop the ultimate gaming hardware
To celebrate the newest range of Fatal1ty products, ABIT is bringing the world
of eSports right to CeBIT's doorsteps. At CeBIT 2006, ABIT will be showcasing
a number of gaming-related events, ranging from gaming
seminars and workshops
with Mr. Fatal1ty himself. Those who dare stepping-up to meet the world's
most feared gamer in a head-to-head battle will have a chance to take home some
whooping ABIT prizes consisting of the very best gaming hardware the industry
has to offer.
The gaming seminars hosted by Team Dignitas
will highlight the successful strategies of this elite gaming team, followed
by question and answer sessions, and in the ABIT gaming arena there will be
plenty of opportunities for our visitors to experience competitive gaming hands-on
as these pro-gamers interact with the crowd. The gaming arena will have ongoing
challenges for our visitors throughout the whole show with even more prizes
to be won.
"Competitive gaming is increasingly gaining acceptance as a serious
sport, and the competitive attitudes of the professional players are proof of
this. With prize money reaching into the millions, and some players spending
up to eight hours a day in training, we've come a long way from the casual Sunday
afternoon LAN-parties with your buddies", says David Jarlestedt of
ABIT Computer Corporation.
Source: Abit Press Release