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Friday, 19 October 2007 13:07

Abit & Fatal1ty at E for All Expo

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Brands and Universal Abit have announced they will be present at the “E for All Expo,” which replaces the previous “E3 Expo” in Los Angeles. The E for All event is scheduled for October 18-21, 2007 at the Los Angeles Convention Center in downtown Los Angeles, California. 

Abit will be displaying its full range of Fatal1ty motherboards, including the FP IN9-SLI and the F-I90HD, both with Core 2 Duo support. In addition, Fatal1ty’s other partners, Creative and XFX, will be displaying their wares.

“E for All” sounds like a massive LAN party where families and friends can gather to watch pro-gamers compete. There will also be opportunities to demo everything and anything to do with e-sports, PC and console gaming and peripherals. 

You can bet Johnathan “Fatal1ty” Wendel will be there at the show to meet and greet all his fans. Here is a quote from their official press release:

"Johnathan “Fatal1ty” Wendel and the Fatal1ty Brand has been highly involved and supportive of the inaugural E for All event. Abit is the first Fatal1ty licensee and was highly involved in the first E3 Fatal1ty booth, so their appearance at E for All with other Fatal1ty licensees, including Creative Labs and XFX is important to me”, indicated Wendel.


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