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Wednesday, 22 October 2008 14:30

FNATIC wins its first event under MSI

Written by Slobodan Simic

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At ESL in Montreal, Canada

The guys from the professional gaming team, Fnatic, have won their first event with MSI/Fnatic shirts and MSI's GX gaming notebooks. The Fnatic Counter Strike team has managed to score a victory at the prestigious ESL gaming event.

The five brave guys that you can see on the picture below (ins - dsn - Archi - f0rest - cArn) managed to beat the Swedish SK-Gaming clan in the finals and claim the Counter-Strike 1.6 throne. If you think that gaming doesn't pay off, just check out the numbers on the prize check that those guys are holding in their hands.

The Fnatic team is now off to Dubai, to compete for the Extreme Masters III title, and the guys from the Counter-Strike team will be there. We wish them good luck at the upcoming event.

You can check out the rest of the pictures from the Montreal event here.

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