Hot on the heels of the KODE5 Germany announcement comes
the latest exciting event to join the KODE5 Global Gaming Revolution. KODE5
Taiwan, in cooperation with Aztec Internet
Cafe
, invites gamers to participate in a series of online qualifiers
for Counter-Strike 1.6, Quake 4, and Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne. The final four teams and players will slug
it out at Asia’s largest IT-related trade show Computex. The KODE5
Global Gaming Revolution, supported globally by Foxconn and Corsair, takes competitive
gaming to an international stage with events being held in 20+ countries worldwide.

In addition to the tournament, KODE5 in co-operation with Foxconn
have also invited Taiwanese TV personalities, as well as one of Taiwan top female gaming teams, Definite Sanctity, to take on all challengers.

kode5gal2  KODE5: Taiwan’s Top Gamers Set to Collide at Computex 2006

Dates: June 6 – June 10
Location: Computex Taipei, Hall 2, Booths F189~F228 (Foxconn booth)
Tournaments: Counter-Strike 1.6, Warcraft III: TFT, Quake 4
First place winners advance to KODE5 Global Finals (1 slot per game). Details on how to register for these exciting events will be
revealed soon on the official KODE5 website.

Hot on the heels of the KODE5 Germany announcement comes
the latest exciting event to join the KODE5 Global Gaming Revolution. KODE5
Taiwan, in cooperation with Aztec Internet
Café
, invites gamers to participate in a series of online qualifiers
for Counter-Strike 1.6, Quake 4, and Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne. As Taiwan’s
largest Internet Café chain, Aztec offers a superb venue to seek out
Taiwan’s best gamers. Then, the final four teams and players will slug
it out at Asia’s largest IT-related trade show – Computex. The KODE5
Global Gaming Revolution, supported globally by Foxconn and Corsair, takes competitive
gaming to an international stage with events being held in 20+ countries worldwide.

Details for the KODE5 Taiwan Regional Qualifiers are as follows:

Dates: May 27 – May 28
Location: Aztec Internet Café, ChungShiao YenJi Branch, Taipei
Tournaments: Counter-Strike 1.6, Warcraft III: TFT, Quake 4
Top 4 teams/players advance to KODE5 Taiwan Finals (four slots per game)

“We are excited to be hosting the first KODE5 event in
Taiwan,” says Jing Kang Tsai, Owner and Operator of Aztec Taipei. “KODE5
brings a level of professionalism to the e-sports scene here in Taiwan, and
we are thrilled to be a part of it.” With 1280+ exhibitors occupying over
2800 booths, Computex Taipei is far and away the largest show of its kind in
Asia. The Computex event attracts IT media and industry insiders from around
the world. This year, showgoers will have the opportunity to feel the excitement
of professional gaming, with the KODE5 Taiwan Finals being held at the Foxconn
Computex booth:

Dates: June 6 – June 10
Location: Computex Taipei, Hall 2, Booths F189~F228 (Foxconn booth)
Tournaments: Counter-Strike 1.6, Warcraft III: TFT, Quake 4
First place winners advance to KODE5 Global Finals (1 slot per game)

In addition to the tournament, KODE5 in co-operation with Foxconn
have also invited Taiwanese TV personalities, as well as one of Taiwan’s
top female gaming teams, Definite Sanctity, to take on all challengers. With
international IT media looking on, and local crowds getting into the action,
KODE5 Taiwan will take e-sports that much closer to the mainstream.

kode5gal  KODE5: Taiwan’s Top Gamers Set to Collide at Computex 2006

“We are thrilled to be a part of the KODE5 Taiwan Finals
at Computex,” notes Man Ling “Co*2” Tang of Team Definite
Sanctity. “Gaming has always been our passion, and we can’t wait
to show people how exciting gaming can be.”

“This year’s Computex is going to be the most exciting
one yet,” says Christin Wang, Foxconn Global Marketing Manager. “With
Foxconn motherboards as the base for all KODE5 PCs, all contestants will enjoy
a smooth and stable gaming experience. We invite everyone to come to the Foxconn
booth to enjoy the KODE5 festivities.”

“Taiwan has always had a thriving gaming community,”
says KODE5 Revolutionary-in-Command Lester Lau. “By cooperating with Taiwan’s
largest Internet café chain, and holding the Taiwanese finals at Asia’s
largest IT show, we hope to further spread the message of competitive gaming
to the masses.”

Details on how to register for these exciting events will be
revealed soon on the official KODE5 website.