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World Cyber Games 2008 Philippine Champions

The 8th World Cybergames Philippine leg concluded last Sunday at the SM Mall of Asia activity center. Philippine champion gamers were announced to represent the country in the world championships in Germany later this year.

World Cyber Games 2008

Winners list below:

Counterstrike: Team Horsemen of the Apocalypse
Arvin Agbisit
Paolo Nancho
Jupiter Mars Gaboy
EJ Clores
Gary Guevarras

WarCraft: Frederick Pe

Guitar Hero: Rafael Formoso

Command & Conquer: John Raymond Tan

DOTA (to compete at the Asian Cyber Games): Team Meneski
Rhymel Olete
Jose Silva Jr.
Ronald Robins
Kendrick Sy
Rovic John Perez

Over 100 gamers entered the quarter finals which began July 11, following a series of eliminations held in various internet and LAN shops in Metro Manila, Cebu, Iloilo, Bacolod, Cagayan de Oro, and Davao.

National champions will receive a cash prize of P30,000, a Samsung phone, Intel Quad Core CPU, Villman items, Logitech Gaming keyboard/mouse, Asrock Mobo, Sparkle Video Card, etc.

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  • Galing talaga nang team Mineski!

  • dragonmama

    Go, Rafael!!! Galing ng Pinoy!

    Good luck to Philip Ortiz, National Champion for Virtua Fighter!!! He will represent the Philippines in the Asian Cyber Games 2008 in Singapore in August.

    Galing din ni Luis Benesa, Philippine representative to the Asian Cyber Games 2008 for Guitar Hero 3!!!

    Team Meneski, go for the Asian championship!!!

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    150 Things to do with a YOCard

    YOCard is a postcard advertisement you can pick up for FREE in the most happening hotspots all around Metro Manila. They’re Funky and artsy, sexy and cool – each postcard has a unique edge that grabs your attention and speaks to you.

    In celebration of YOCard’s 150 hip locations, here’s is the group’s wacky, imaginative and mostly true-to-life inspired collection of things to do with a YOCard.

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    1. Maki-fiesta sa barrio, bring your friend your personalized hom e-made “YOCard Banderitas”

    2. Giveaway for any occasion

    3. Use YOCard as a journal

    4. Reduce; Reuse; Recycle

    5. Post your secret on it and mail it anonymously

    6. Put your number on it and explore textmates

    7. Although unethical, break up with you beau or girlfriends through postcards

    8. Turn down a suitor via postcard

    9. Use as reference for tourist destinations

    10. Ruler to make sure your bangs are dangerously straight

    11. Cover face when hiding from a jerky ex

    12. Mouse pad… isn’t it more inspiring if you click away with Mark Nelson looking at you?

    13. Keyboard moomoo cleaner – just swipe it in between… presto dirt gone

    14. Color palette… for the artist in you

    15. Pang paper cut sa kagalit mo

    16. Window blinds

    17. Unobtrusively write for an allowance raise to Mom

    18. Unobtrusively write a NO note to your kid

    19. Floor tiles

    20. Wipes… in times of need and desperation

    21. Keychain

    22. Put a string and turn it into a dream catcher

    23. Do magic tricks with YOCards instead of playing cards

    24. Rediscover the joys of making “bankang papel”

    25. Play a gigantic version of 80’s game – text

    26. Invent a new board game called YOCards and Racks (also known as Snakes and Ladder)

    27. Find “Larry Alcala,” “Wally” or “Mickey” in a pit of YOCards

    28. Create a game called “YOCard’s Connect The Dots”

    29. Play a name game called YOCharade!

    30. YOCard Henyo game

    31. Flash cards – educational for kids

    32. Hip grocery list

    33. Turn it into box and use as tissue dispenser

    34. Use as tip instead of money

    35. Origami galore

    36. Collage accessory in albums

    37. Hand stress buster… increase number of cards to increase resistance

    38. Turning Japanese’s Obi belt

    39. a microphone decor

    40. YOCard chandelier

    41. YOCard sun visor

    42. YOCard Yoga mat

    43. YOCard picture frame

    44. a YOCard wind mill

    45. a YOCard wind chimes (apply mixed-media, use YOCards & Tansans)

    46. YOCards Shaider’s sword

    47. Pot holder

    48. Put lots of it in a plastic bag, viola… dumbbell… pampalaki ng muscles

    49. YOCard candle drop catcher during a procession or house blessing

    50. Do it yourself YOCard postcard puppets

    51. YOCards backdrop on your Class Reunion

    52. YOCards curtain in the FX or Bus

    53. YOCards sunshine “Umbrella” ella ella e e e :p

    54. Bathroom signage

    55. YOCards as Signage like: “Autoload Max available here!” or “Ice for Sale” or “Pirated DVDs available (ssshhh…follow me)”

    56. When answering a once in a lifetime Marriage Proposal, BE CREATIVE! Send your Boyfriend a YOCard & don’t forget to write at the back: “YES…if you buy me this!”

    57. An auction for a cause

    58. Autograph card

    59. Boost up conversation using a postcard

    60. How to easily get “in” to the “emo” group. Bring YOCard’s My Chemical Romance, start by waving the YOCard into the air and start singing as loud as you can. I don’t know if it’ll work if not just walk away

    61. Anagram

    62. YOCard wallpaper collage

    63. Tear up into two, photograph with a Lomo Camera and voila! A piece of art

    64. Get two pairs of each YOCard design and create a memory game

    65. House of YOCards

    66. YOCard is a constant fridge magnet companion

    67. Ask YOCard to print your photo, display it in 150 locations saying “Date Wanted – call 1800-1234-567”

    68. Green peas, cornick and mani platito

    69. Go to an event published on a YOCard

    70. Use YOCard as a fly swatter

    71. Use YOCard as a scooper (of what, there are many kinds)

    72. Support artists and advocacy groups on a YOCard

    73. Stare at hoop hotties’ gorgeous face on a YOCard while pretending to read an Algebra book in class

    74. Greeting cards

    75. Trade YOCards

    76. YOCard class reporting cue cards

    77. Use YOCard to get a girl’s number in a restaurant or bar

    78. Use YOCard to get a girl’s mother’s number in a restaurant or bar (bigger points!)

    79. Coca Cola coaster

    80. Pledge cash to donate to Make-A-Wish, World Vision, PAWS

    81. Notebook decorator

    82. For Eureka Moment writing

    83. A good excuse to buy the newest product with a discount promo at the back

    84. Hold out a Free Hugs YOCard and get a FREE HUG, and maybe more than one

    85. Grab a green YOCard and cheer Animo!

    86. Thank someone with a YOCard

    87. Check out the real estate market with a YOCard

    88. Message in a bottle YOCard

    89. Put inside the shirt and fan away, more personal “pamaypay”

    90. YOCard string bikini costume.

    91. YOCard Hawaiian skirt costume

    92. YOCard ninja stars

    93. Play a Pictionary game

    94. Remembered what page are you reading? Use YOCard as your bookmark

    95. Look at a wonderful scenery in a YOCard when you are stressed

    96. Use YOcard as your placemat

    97. Design your laptop with YOCards

    98. Direct someone to your house using YOCards

    99. Leave footprints like a trail going to your room

    100. Use a YOCard as paper divider

    101. Pimp your YOCard

    102. Mini doormat

    103. Grab blue YOCards and have one big fight!!!

    104. Create your own box and place your collection of YOCards

    105. Paste a couple of them together and play a game of spontaneous Frisbee

    106. Cut them into paper dolls

    107. Use them as a toothpick or tinga exterminator in times of desperate need

    108. Use it as a clipboard

    109. Protect you book and make it hard bound with YOCards

    110. Paste a few of them on your wall, screw in a hoop and you got yourself a basketball board in your very own room

    111. Use it as a picture frame and be unique

    112. Write down all 365 days of the year on different YOCards and bind them together for your own calendar

    113. Personalize your office desk

    114. Locked-door swiper for the inner MacGyver

    115. Bring them along during long trips and play the games printed on the YOCards

    116. Use it as a placard in the airport

    117. Create your own cellphone case, holder or any other accessory

    118. Make your own unique Halloween mask

    119. Use them as identification cards or nametags

    120. Build your own lamp cover/shade…whichever you desire

    121. Bib for babies while eating

    122. Use it to make a kite

    123. YOCard censor cover for Oblation runners

    124. Round card during boxing

    125. Utilize it to make a funky party hat

    126. Inspiration board pegs

    127. Blinders for your boy friend’s wandering eyes

    128. YOCard eye mask for sleepy heads

    129. YOCard score card

    130. Unique party invitations

    131. Die-cut earrings for fashionistas

    132. YOCard woven bag

    133. Send it to your relatives in the United States

    134. YOCard mosaic

    135. Aircon or blower detector, the paper the moves when the device is on

    136. YOCard pompoms for school spirit

    137. YOCard twister game

    138. New Year torotot – preserve your fingers

    139. Surprise your loved one with a gift wrapped with YOCards

    140. Attend a YOCard exhibit

    141. Use it as a profile picture in Friendster, Multiply and Face Book

    142. Use it as a sketch pad

    143. Play with a gigantic mega dice

    144. Make it as a spider house

    145. Do it yourself trendy rat catcher

    146. For a more intimate version of “Newspaper Dance” use one YOCard

    147. Support your local artists through YOCard

    148. Freak your friend out, talk to the “YOCard”

    149. Show and tell through YOCard

    150. Pass to friends and find out other ways on how to use YOCard

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  • Over 100 gamers entered the quarter finals which began July 11, following a series of eliminations held in various internet and LAN shops in Metro Manila, Cebu, Iloilo, Bacolod, Cagayan de Oro, and Davao.

    walang northern luzon?

  • Congrats to Team Meneski for representing Philippines on Dota

  • Gratz to the winners! Go team Philippines!

  • erosenin69

    hmmmmmmmmmm…. oo nga noh? walang northern Luzon? sayang naman try nyo CAR region maraming magagaling na adik din sa DOTA at marami ring tournaments na nagaganap din d2.. heheh wala lang.. pa-pampam.. hehehhe go TEAM PHILIPPINES

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