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World Cyber Games Wants a Shout Out for Best Video Game "Shoutcasters"

Gamers invited to vote for favorite 'Shoutcaster' from 2005 World Cyber Games

Prizes include Samsung MP3 players and Razer 'Copperhead' accessories

SEOUL, December 20, 2005 - International Cyber Marketing, global organizers of World Cyber Games, invites gamers to select their favorite Shoutcasters from the 2005 WCG on its official website, www.worldcybergames.com. The online poll will run from December 20th to the December 27th and is wide open to any gamer from anywhere in the world.

Participants are expected to choose their favorite Shoutcaster from among 7 candidates to determine who delivered the most exciting commentary during 2005 WCG Grand Final in Singapore. The commentary was available to those who attended the Grand Final in Singapore as well as the 530,000 fans that followed the matches from around the world through free VOD service at the WCG official website.

Participants also can submit comments or questions to the Shoutcasters through the WCG website as they vote. Shoutcaster candidates include Marcus Graham (aka: djWHEAT), a four year WCG veteran who pioneered e-Sport commentary in North America, Stuart Saw (aka: TosspoT), Paul Chaloner (aka: RedeYe) and Kim Vothang (aka: bunny), the sole female Shoutcaster at WCG 2005.

Further information on all the Shoutcaster candidates can be found here: (http://www.worldcybergames.com/wcg2005/commentators.asp)

Voters will be also able to access all the latest 2005 WCG stats and figures, including free VOD service of many Grand Final highlight matches, complete 2005 WCG medalist lists, win ratios for each continent going back to the first WCG in 2000 as well as the two new entries into the WCG Hall of Fame.

33 lucky gamers will also have a chance to win a myriad of fantastic prizes, including Samsung MP3 players as well as sets of official 2005 WCG Razer 'Copperhead' mouse and mouse pads, as used by all the finalists. The winners will be announced on the December 28th through the official WCG website (www.worldcybergames.com).

About The World Cyber Games

International Cyber Marketing (www.worldcybergames.com) is the global organizer of the World Cyber Games, the world's largest computer and video game festival, and is the licenser for all World Cyber Games interactive game tournaments held in about 67 countries in 2005. This year the winners of each national event series competed for the world championship title and prizes valued at $435,000. The World Cyber Games has ushered in a new dimension of e-Sports, where game enthusiasts can look forward to some of the most intense and dynamic video game action by the best players on the planet. The WCG 2006 will be held in Monza, Italy.

For further information, please contact:

Michael Steavenson

Account Executive 100 Public Relations

Global Technology Public Relations

Direct: 212-871-4080

E-mail: michaels@text100.com

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