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Discussion in 'Games' started by vasudha123, Aug 26, 2009.

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  1. vasudha123

    vasudha123 Thread Starter

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    GamingAhead Launches the Ultimate Online Gaming Destination

    Provides the latest in competitive tournaments for all major gaming platforms with change to win cash and prizes.

    August 25, 2009 - Phoenix, AZ - GamingAhead announced today the launch of its new competitive online gaming destination, www.gamingahead.com. Offering single and team tournaments for all of the major platforms and hottest gaming titles, GamingAhead provides gamers with the chance to win cash and prizes as well as the opportunity to go pro and join Team GA. GamingAhead is differentiating itself from its competition by furnishing visitors and players with videos of the week containing pro gamer interviews; offering live tournaments, providing video montages for the winners of tournaments; and having a mobile gaming station. Also offering the latest in gaming news and reviews and high-trafficked forums and blogs, GamingAhead is revolutionizing the online gaming community.

    "I am pleased to offer online gamers the opportunity to connect with other gamers and compete in an intense, challenging, and rewarding gaming environment," shares Jordyn Larson, Director of Publisher Services, GamingAhead. "We are in the process of creating the biggest and best online gaming community on the Internet by making Gamingahead.com the premier online tournament destination."

    Members have access to private pro tournaments, stat tracking, registered clans, and exclusive prizes, including: $50-$500 American Express cards; 1600 or 4000 Microsoft points; 3 month subscriptions to Microsoft live; $20-$100 PS3 card to the Playstation network; and GamingAhead t-shirts and hats. Players can also visit additional gaming websites that are a part of the GamingAhead.com community.

    Tournament Games Include:
    · Madden Crown
    · King of the Guns
    · Gears of War 2
    · Call of Duty 4
    · Halo Wars
    · Kill Zone

    About GamingAhead
    Founded in 2009, GamingAhead.com is the ultimate competitive tournament and gaming destination for all of the major gaming platforms and games. By hosting the hottest tournaments and offering the latest in gaming news and communication from across the globe, GamingAhead provides its users with an unparalleled gaming experience. GamingAhead is headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona and is privately held.
     
  2. aka Brett

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    Anything else to add?
     
  3. vasudha123

    vasudha123 Thread Starter

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    But I was right and i confidance i was right
     
  4. aka Brett

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    ever been wrong?
     
  5. Jason08

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    I think this could go along the lines of advertising?
     
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    definitely. Bad english.... plus poorly designed website.

    And I haven't heard of this 'news story' here in Phoenix. I thought this site had a filter on the first time poster with web links?
     
  7. aka Brett

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    I am surprised i had even got a reply.
     
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