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Tournament.com should have been "less aggresive," says TNWA

In the aftermath of Tournament.com's closure, the CEO of competing online gaming provider TNWA says that the company should have been less aggressive

In the aftermath of Tournament.com's closure, the CEO of competing online gaming provider TNWA says that the company should have been less aggressive.

"It's always a shame when a company that operates in the online gaming space ceases trading, especially so for the communities that they support," TNWA CEO Paul Sulyok told GamesIndustry.biz.

"However, Tournament.com did enter into an undeveloped market place in a particularly aggressive and non-inclusive manner which did not allow what is a potentially a significant growth sector to expand, for which Tourament.com paid the ultimate price.

"Had Tournament.com taken a less aggressive stance the market space may have grown more and therefore supported both them and other participants."

Tournament.com acquired exclusive rights to Valve's Counter-Strike Source earlier this year, prompting them to prevent any other sites from using the game.

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