Winner for the last ticket to GNGWC 2008 decided

Friday, August 28, 2009

SEOUL, Korea (AVING) -- The last ticket holder for GNGWC 2008 that will be held in Ilsan Kintex, Korea, on coming November 16, has been decided.

The winners for the last ticket to GNGWC 2008 have been selected in Quest Hall, Harajuku, Tokyo, Japan, that happened on 25th.

GNGWC 2008 is taking place for the third time. It is a global game competition having only Korean online games. Japan's regional round had three games total for the competition: SD Enternet's 'Navy Field', Onnet's 'Shot Online' and Ndoors' 'Atlantica.'

The regional round began with Director Joo Gi hwan's speech, who is from KIPA's Contents department. His speech is followed by a circus team, Crew JKT. Its performance indeed heated up the atmosphere.

SDEnternet's Navy Field had the greatest number of participants (each team had 20 players.) Each round was played by 20 players versus another 20 players. Their play showed how good strategies Japanese players have in general. For the final match, 4 teams were competing with each other. It was interesting to see that 2 teams (OS-V1, OS-V2) from the same Guild made to the final match. OS-V2 team had members who had won the final round last year. However they were beaten by OS-V1 team. OS-V2 thus lost its Japan championship but made to the global finals.

Ndoor's Atlantica had a lot of seesaw games throughout the whole tournament. The fact that Atlantica had so many great players reflected its potential in the future. 'Bahn' won a losing game from 2:1 to 3:2. The audience gave applause to Bahn's bold strategy which made them possible to win. 'Bahn' won the Japan championship and '102' made the second. They both were from the same Guild, having the same luck, making it to the global finals.

Onnet's 'Shot Online' had 2,000 players participated. After a series of close matches, 6 participants were selected to strive for the 3 tickets to the global finals. 'Huranjisuko' who played Shot Online for past 3 years won the championship by beating 'Aimochi' with a big gap. He went out of bounds at the second last hole, but fortunately the opponent made the same mistake.

One of the officers from KIPA who were at the scene has said, "Now we have finalized all the players for the global finals. We will do our best to make this GNGWC 2008 final's a global festival to all gamers over the world."

All participants for GNGWC 2008 global finals have been selected. Participants from 6 different continents will strive for the global championship on November 16 at Ilsan Kintex, Korea, while the Korea's biggest game show, "GStar 2008," takes place.


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Akita Dog Information

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Akita Inu(Akita, Japanese Akita, Great Japanese Dog) The Akita Inu is the largest of the Japanese Spitz-type breeds. They are strong, evenly-proportioned, powerfully built dogs with distinctive features. Akita Inus have bulky, flat, triangular-shaped heads with short, pronounced muzzles. Their noses are dark (generally black), and they have triangular-shaped, dark brown eyes. Akita Inus have pink tongues, black lips, and teeth that close in a scissors bite. The breed is slightly longer than tall, with a flat back, deep chest, and stout limbs. They have a well-defined stop and a groove in the center of their foreheads. Akita Inus have fluffy, high-set tails that curl up over their back. An Akita Inu’s coat features a weather resistant outer layer that is insulated with a soft undercoat. Colors vary, but Akita Inus bred for show should be pure white, brindle, sesame, or red. Black facial masks are common, but they are not permitted in the show ring.

although normally short-haired, they can have long and fluffy varieties, in which case, extra grooming is required

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Final Champion of Korean Online Games held in Japan

Friday, May 8, 2009

SEOUL, Korea (AVING) -- Final tournament for Korean online game in Japan will be held.

Final tournament in Japan for the third year 'World game festival GNGWC 2008' will take place on coming 25th. Participants will strive for tickets to the GNGWC 2008 world finals.

This coming finals in Japan follows the regional finals that took place in Germany, Singapore, US, Brazil and Korea. Representatives from six different continents will come together on November 16 for world championship that is sponsored by Korea SW Industry Promotion Agency (KIPA) and KT.

Japan is well-known for excellent games. Not only video games but Internet online and mobile games recently became popular as well.

Japanese Yano Research Institute Ltd. announced on February 21 that Japanese online game market has increased from 30.7 billion Yen in 2004 to 82 billion Yen in 2007. It is also expected to grow up to 160 billion Yen in 2011. This research shows that game publishing industry has increased from 27.8 billion Yen in 2004 to 80.2 billion Yen which is a remarkable 400 % increase.

Japan's fever for online game has influenced Korean online game market. A great number of Korean online games are becoming popular in Japan.

There will be 3 official games for the final tournament in Japan: 3D online golf game 'Shot Online', World War 2 'Navy Field' and MMORPG 'Atlantica'.

Director Kwon Taek-min from KIPA said, "Online game is an efficient tool which helps gamers from different countries to communicate with one another via Internet. I am honored and pleased to see that Korea and Japan has this great opportunity to get to know each other more through online games."

Representatives from 6 continents will compete at the World final tournament that happens along with the greatest Korean game exhibition, G-Star, that will take place in Kintex, Ilsan, on November 16.

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