“Magnus is exactly the type of person we’re looking for to join F-Players”, said Johnathan Wendel. “He’s bright, well spoken and games at the highest level – he’s a winner.” Olsson expressed great excitement with this arrangement. “F-Players, Fatal1ty and the entire Fatal1ty Brand Partners group, have been very professional in their approach to organized video gaming,” he stated. “They bring so much more to the table than just gaming, including business and lifestyle opportunities that I wouldn’t be able to access by myself.”

Fojji will be appearing with other F-Players at the E3 Expo in Los Angeles May 10-12. They will be taking part in various activities from the Fatal1ty booth #1606 in the South Hall of the Los Angeles Convention Center. Fojji will also be joining stermy and Fatal1ty at the Intel Gaming Party Wednesday evening, May 10.

About Magnus “fojji” Olsson
Magnus first made a name for himself as a Quake Team Death Match (TDM) player with the legendary team “p1mpz” in the year 2000. Soon after that he joined team iCE cLIMBERS to form the most successful Quake TDM team to date. iCE cLIMBERS were recently crowned world champions at the 2006 TransAtlantic Showdown, making them the first four time Quake TDM champions.

In 2002 Magnus expanded his resume. In addition to his TDM success, he began an individual career as a 1vs1 FPS player, combining both the individual and team oriented aspects of the game. In 2003 he was selected to represent his country at the ESWC Championships, in which Team Sweden emerged victorious. His individual gaming career is marked by consistent top 3 finishes and earned him the reputation as one of the best all around Quake players in the world.

About Johnathan “Fatal1ty” Wendel
Johnathan became the world’s first full time professional video gamer in October 1999, when he placed third at the CPL’s Frag3 tournament. Two weeks later he was invited to represent the USA in an international tournament in Stockholm, where he went undefeated with a perfect performance, winning all 18 maps and losing none. He has continued to dominate competitions all over the world, competing on 6 continents during his 6-year professional career.

Winning the 2005 CPL World Tour Finals in New York City secured his twelfth Major Championship and tenth world title, accomplished while competing in 5 different games – an unprecedented achievement. His New York City victory earned him $150,000 and brought his 2005 total winnings to $231,000. During his competitive gaming career Fatal1ty has placed 1st in 67% of all the competitions he has entered and top 3 in 92% of them.

About F-Players
F-Players was created as a way to cultivate relationships with top professional gamers and provide them the nurturing they need to maximize opportunities that come their way. Individuals selected to be F-Players are provided expense-free travel to competitions, yet are free to keep all their winnings. An organization is at their disposal to provide services that allow them to focus on competitive gaming and offers them consultation in a range of skills that can help them reach their full potential.

F-Players give back by offering their insights to the improvements of products that enhance the PC gaming experience and lend their support to Fatal1ty Brand Gaming Gear and Equipment.

About Auravision, Inc.
Auravision is the master licensor for Johnathan “Fatal1ty” Wendel, the world’s best known professional video gamer. Leading companies have signed agreements to develop and bring innovative products to market under the Fatal1ty brand in order to meet the needs of a growing gaming lifestyle. A number of Fatal1ty brand products are already in the marketplace.

Auravision pioneered the field of personal interface devices with the first introduction of an illuminated keyboard utilizing EluminX® technology, a product that quickly caught the attention of serious and casual video gamers alike.

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