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Team VVV adds PC

London, November 9, 2007 - One of the most successful Console Gaming Teams; Veni Vidi Vici, I Came I Saw, I Conquered ® (VVV) ( formally announces its expansion into the PC gaming arena and reveals its registered trademark logo and company branding.

Veni Vidi Vici was aimed initially at the racing community but has now successfully expanded to all genres and in style, becoming one of the worlds most successful console gaming teams. This has been backed up with UK successes at Matchbox, the World Cyber Games and

Agreed coverage for 2006/07 has reached over £250,000 with the team featuring in a range of print press and over 10 hours of dedicated TV coverage.

Now the team is raising its sights as it enters the competitive world of PC Gaming, industry veteran of over 13 year in the UK games industry and MD of VVV Alan Boiston commented "2008 will see the team expand even further giving greater opportunities back to its sponsors. Mastering the world of PC gaming is the next logical step". This expansion sees the introduction of PC manager Andy Christoforou with over 7 years in the competitive gaming scene giving the pc platform the dedicated focus it will require to reach the top.

2008 will see the re-launch of the team VVV website, creating even more exclusive content. The team is looking to secure further sponsorship deals that will elevate team VVV to even greater success in this ever increasing market, Alan Boiston concludes "Veni Vidi Vici represents a credible video gaming team for the new generation of gamers and aims to be at the top of established online competitions as well as LAN events such as the i-series and Matchbox" he adds, "while quality teams have existed in the past, many have not been commercially viable entities and have not incorporated the ground level knowledge and contacts to truly develop a long term marketing plan for this potentially huge and lucrative market".

Besides being a competitive gaming team the Veni Vidi Vici ethic aims to keep online communities active, making gaming fun and promoting decent behaviour online while establishing its own brand within the online arena, furthermore the team can be used as a tool to aid developers on concise filtered feedback, publishers on keeping their focused communities and consulting with major PR companies on running and adjudicating major gaming competitions, events and launches.



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