XLEAGUE.TV Gets Ready For Conflict

21st September 2007 (London, United Kingdom)– XLEAGUE.TV has today announced that it will be featuring the hotly anticipated Sierra masterpiece World In Conflict within its online competitions, sponsored by graphics giant XFX.

The XFX World In Conflict European Open is open for registration as a 5 v 5 Tournament on 28th September, with UK based PC clan Team Dignitas currently hot favourites for the title in this 32 team tournament. So if you think you can challenge for the title, get onto www.xleague.tv for more details of how to enter.

Prizes have also been announced with 1st place receiving£800 cash plus 5 x 8800GTS XFX Graphic Cards, 2nd place receiving 5 x 8600GT Fatal1ty Cards as well as 5 signed Fatal1ty Shirts and 5 x 8500GT cards for 3rd place.

“We’re very happy to be working with XFX for World in Conflict, they are one of the leading Graphic Card companies which we feel will push the graphic engine that World in Conflict has to offer” says Mike Bembenek, XLEAGUE.TV Presenter&Commentator.

XLEAGUE.TV is the UK’s first dedicated eSports channel and fully integrated website launched in May 2007. The revolutionary channel, which broadcasts on Sky channel 279, offers a comprehensive range of services to its members including leagues and tournaments, customisable user profiles, match scheduling and club and team creation. By competing on www.xleague.tv, gamers can win the opportunity to be invited to the studio for the chance to play on television.

Check out www.XLEAGUE.TV or tune into Sky Channel 279.


The channel was launched at a cost of£5 million and is part of the Portland Media Group. XLEAGUE.TV has a wealth of In-house facilities include production, post-production and play-out, as well as an advertising agency, a media buying and planning department and a modelling agency.

For further press information or interviews please contact XLEAGUE.TV Marketing Manager, Lee Catania– 0207 308 5271 lee.catania@nasnet.co.uk

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