World Cyber Games at SupaNova

Every year the Olympics of e-sports, called World Cyber Games, brings 700 gamers from 70 countries together to compete for over half a million dollars in prize money.


Every year the Olympics of e-sports, called World Cyber Games, brings 700 gamers from 70 countries together to compete for over half a million dollars in prize money.

We went to the Australian finals at the SupaNova Expo to find our FIFA 10 representative. As the weekend progressed it became clear that last year’s winner, Dimitri Bescos, would once again be the man to beat. Late afternoon Sunday, the Grand Final commenced, with Bescos beating his former brother-in-law 5-0. Interestingly, they both chose to be Brazil in the final.

Dimitri displayed his class with a relentless barrage of shots on goal and showing why he’s the right man to represent Australia at the World Cyber Games.



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