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I started professional gaming in 1999 when I entered the CPL (Cyberathlete Professional League) tournament in Dallas and won $4,000 for coming in third place.
Emerging as one of the top players in the United States, a company interested in sponsoring me flew me to Sweden to compete against the top 12 players in the world. I won 18 straight games, losing zero, and took first place, becoming the number one ranked Quake III player in the world in the process. Two months later I followed that success by traveling to Dallas and defending my title as world champion Quake III player, winning the $40,000 grand prize. From there I entered competitions all over the world, including Singapore, Korea, Germany, Australia, Holland and Brazil in addition to Los Angeles, New York and St. Louis.
I was excited to showcase my true gaming skills when defending my title as CPL Champion of the year at the CPL Winter 2001 because I would be competing in a totally different first person shooter (FPS) game, Aliens vs. Predator II. I won that competition and walked away with a new car. The next year I won the same title playing Unreal Tournament 2003, becoming the only three-time CPL champion of the year and appearing on MTV's True Life: I'm a Gamer. Also I did this playing a different game each year, something no one else has ever done, a feat of which I am extremely proud.
Since then I have traveled the globe to compete against the best in the world, winning prizes and acclaim in the games Doom 3 and Painkiller. A highlight was the 2005 CPL World Tour Championship in New York City where I won $150,000 first place prize.
In August 2007, I was honored to receive 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".
As a "Professional Cyberathlete" I have been promoting the sport of gaming with lots of International media coverage on outlets such as MTV, ESPN, FOX and 60 Minutes on CBS to name only a few. It has been great meeting gamers from all over the world and working with them to help make professional gaming a reality.
FATAL1TY GAMING GEAR
Now, another dream is being realized – my goal to create professoinal gaming products to help enhance the gamers experience playing at the highest possible level. Quality hardware makes a huge difference in the gaming experience… more frames per second could determine the outcome of a battle.
My vision for the Fatal1ty Brand is to allow gamers to focus on the game without worrying about their equipment, something I've preached since I began competing.
I don't want to worry about my equipment. I want to know I won and not my equipment that lost. I want it to be the fastest and most stable computer equipment on the face of the planet, so quality and performance is what Fatal1ty Brand products represent.
Johnathan 'Fatal1ty' Wendel 12x World Champion Gamer