Mac Gaming Championship at Expo
5:03 PM | Toby Allen | Comment on this story
While Macworld New York did not have a Mac gaming championship this year, The Apple Expo Paris did. This time around the French Mac gaming news site JeuxMac.com and GOA, a French multiplayer alliance, combined forces to provide the expo visitors with a chance to play in a tournament against live human opponents. The G4/500 computers were all powered by 3dfx's Voodoo 5500 PCI. They are rotating the game selection between Unreal Tournament and Quake 3 Arena.
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The full tournament begins on Saturday , with a PCI Voodoo 5500 as the grand prize. Until the start of the full tournament they will be giving away GOA prizes such as mouse pads and shirts. We had a chance to play, and of course this correspondent went undefeated for two rounds and walked away with a JeuxMac t-shirt. If you speak the language of romance, visit JeuxMac.com, as it is a great site for Francophones and Mac game news.
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