TNWA Gives Market-Leading X-Ray Anti-Cheat(TM) Software Away For Free!


London– 23rd November 2007– TNWA (The New World Assembly) Group today announced it will be making its pioneering X-ray Anti-Cheat software available for all gamers and tournament organisers to download for free!

The client-side application, which cost over half-a-million pounds to develop, is available from and is already in full-time use on the UK’s biggest tournament gaming site, Enemydown .

The X-ray Anti-Cheat software can be used by any community online event organiser anywhere in the world to ensure tournament integrity and peace of mind for players.

It’s estimated that more than 10% of players on public server tournaments are using cheat software, giving themselves an unfair advantage against honest players and undermining the esports. X-ray Anti-Cheat detects irregular activity or cheat software on the user’s PC, sends a report and a screenshot to where it’s then published for everyone to review. That player is then held in a comprehensive database as someone who has been caught cheating, preventing them from entering and cheating in other events.

X-ray Anti-Cheat is the only player-endorsed, free-to-use, anti-cheat system that protects gamers on more than eight of the most popular online games, like Counterstrike™ 1.6 and Source, and also includes latest releases like Unreal Tournament™ 3 and Call of Duty™ 4– all in one application!

“Online gaming is still embryonic in many respects, and its future growth depends on new and existing players having the confidence that the games they’re playing are free of cheating,” said Paul Sulyok, CEO of The TNWA Group.“X-Ray Anti-Cheat software gives players that peace of mind. TNWA are delighted to be able to support the wider co-operative community and online gaming events by making this application freely available.”

Sam Mathews, Managing Director of the Fnatic Team, one of the most successful Pro Gaming teams in the world, added,“I think it’s great news that TNWA Group are helping online gaming communities by providing a free anti-cheat application. Increased security within gaming will improve the legitimacy of online tournaments, and will allow event organisers to focus on running the games rather than having to police for cheats.”

About TNWA Group:

TNWA Group is a pioneering developer of online PC videogame environments, systems and software. The company is internationally recognised for it’s market leading gaming communities including Enemydown, Devotii X-ray Gaming and Prizefight. TNWA has also developed ground-breaking anti-cheat software, online team management software and a scaleable online tournament system, all of which are incorporated exclusively in the company's own products. For more information about TNWA, its products and services please visit

About Enemydown:

Part of TNWA Group, Enemydown is a premier clan-tournament community that serves experienced competition gamers. The strict Enemydown admittance policy has enabled it to become a large, trusted and thriving community of dedicated gamers. The experience and reputation of Enemydown has given rise to partnerships with major publishers and industry businesses. ED will continue grow as a premier clan-tournament community, by ensuring the excellent culture and service continues to thrive and evolve. Visit for more information.

About X-Ray Gaming:

A member of the TNWA Group, X-Ray Gaming is a cheat prevention community for online games. It gives communities a free, multigame, client side anti cheat that can be used by any online community competition globally. It holds a comprehensive database of people who have been found cheating using the system, thereby preventing them from cheating again in other events.

X-Ray Anti-Cheat (XAC) monitors irregular activity on a gamers PC, reports it back to the X-Ray Gaming website as well as taking screenshots from the gamers perspective, showing if any cheats are running. These may be viewed on the website by all members.

XAC is one of the only anti-cheat systems that protects gamers on over 8 games on one application. Games secured by XAC include popular classics like Counter Strike 1.6 and Source to the latest releases including Unreal Tournament 3 and Call of Duty 4. Visit for more information.

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