Fatal1ty brings excitement to the last few stops of his back to school tour which winds down during the month of September. His first stop will be at Lakeside Mall in Sterling Hills, Michigan on September 13. Fatal1ty will bring along Championship Gaming Series players Black Mamba and Jason-X to challenge fans at more video games. The winners of these competitions can win special Fatal1ty gaming products.

Also, included in the tour is a SOBE Skateboard lounge, where true skateboard fans can try their luck at the SOBE prize wheel to win a prize. More prizes can be won, and to see whose fingers are the fastest, Sprint will set up a texting contest. Sprint will also demonstrate their latest line of products. If that isn’t already enough fun, everyone is invited to sample new Wonka candy at the Wonkalicious Lounge.

The fun lasts all day from 1 – 6 pm. There is no cost for admission and video gamers are invited to stay all day. Fatal1ty’s next stop on the mall tour will be in Baltimore, Maryland at the White Marsh Mall on Saturday, September 20 with the final stop at Woodbridge Center in Woodbridge, New Jersey on September 27th. To find out more information just check out: https://www.fatal1ty.com/events/.

About Johnathan “Fatal1ty” Wendel
Johnathan became the world’s first full time professional video gamer in 1999 after accepting an invitation to represent the USA at an international tournament in Stockholm, where he went undefeated with a perfect performance, winning all 18 maps. He has continued to dominate competitions all over the world, competing on 6 continents during his 8-year professional career, including a Gold Medal finish for the USA at the 2000 World Cyber Games in Seoul, Korea.

Winning the 2005 CPL World Tour Finals in New York City secured his twelfth Major 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 65% of all the competitions he has entered and top 3 in 90% of them.

In December 2006, Johnathan joined forces with Championship Gaming Series (CGS) as exclusive on-air analyst, global spokesperson and gaming ambassador to help establish competitive video gaming as a 21st century sport. Catch Johnathan and all the action on DirecTV’s channel 101, Sky or Star as well as a live stream on www.thecgs.com.

In August 2007, Johnathan was awarded the first ever Lifetime Achievement Award in the four-year history of the eSports-Award for “showing exceptional sportsmanship, taking part in shaping eSports into what it is today and for being the prime representative of this young sport. He has become the figurehead for eSports worldwide.”

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