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DEA & MSI Form First Professional UT2003 Team

by Rainier on Sept. 16, 2002 @ 11:38 p.m. PDT

MSI Computer Corp. and the Death Enforcement Agency announce the formation of the MSI Black Dragons Professional UT2003 ladder team.

In an endeavor to increase positive market visibility of MSI in competitive online gaming, as well as show the many game performance advantages by using MSI products. MSI has agreed to sponsor an elite team for the upcoming masterpiece Unreal Tournament 2003.

This team, officially dubbed “The MSI Black Dragons” is run by the Death Enforcement Agency.

The DEA has a long (over 5 year) history in online competitive play. In addition to boasting a very professional web presence at www.Dea-Clan.com, they offer many organized clan services for their many teams, as well as services to the game community as a whole. Not the least of which is soon to open over at www.GameStats.com a site committed to keeping records of clan matches and server activity for other clans and teams.

Also, the DEA has helped design, develop and fully support www.ClanScan.com a very dynamic cheat scanner for almost all online games.

In addition MSI will have a strong ongoing presence for future tournaments hosted by the DEA, of which there will be many. DEA’s plan is for top prizes to be awarded to skilled teams quarterly. The current list of active hardware sponsors now includes Microsoft Games, nVIDIA, ALIENWARE and MSI.

About MSI
Founded in August of 1986, MSI is committed to ensuring "award-winning product quality and outstanding customer service." Innovative time-to-market R&D strength, fine-tuned quality assurance system and instant service infrastructure have all been integrated to reach the best customer satisfaction. Within the dynamic challenging computer industry, MSI is now rated as a top-tier world class IT manufacturer.

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