Micro Star International (MSI) will be bringing World No1. Professional gaming team Fnatic.msi to India this week to participate in the 13th BYOC Computer and Gaming festival that begins on June 25th in New Delhi. The 60-hour non-stop international style BYOC Festival is India’s biggest and most popular gaming event with 12 successful editions behind it. Over 3000 serious gamers and 10,000 enthusiasts are expected to visit the festival that will include LAN Party (Bring your own computer/console), Gaming Exhibition, the BYOC Gamers Choice Awards, Lecture-workshops on gaming related subjects and Seminars. The exciting festival has MSI as principal sponsor.
This Fnatic.msi team is among the world’s best known professional gaming teams. Consisting of players from around the world with registered offices in Australia, the UK and the Netherlands, they have a global reach. All its members make a living through competing in video game tournaments. The five-member group visiting India are known to be experts on Counterstrike, the first-person shooter game, comprise KyoChi (real name Conney Sj