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Winners announced for Memories of Blizzard video contest

The Memories of Blizzard contest, which asked you (all of you, really) for videos containing your memories of Blizzard games over the past 20 years, has announced the lucky winners. Who won for their efforts in crafting videos of their memories? Well, I'll tell you. (He's going to tell, he's going to tell.) Stop singing, please.

Grand Prize
  • Chris Modica – Atlanta GA, USA
First Place
  • James "Pinkhair" Lawless – Selden, NY, USA
Second Place
  • Michael Cawcutt – Minneapolis, MN, USA
Runners-Up
  • Edwin Choi – Carrollton, TX, USA
  • Nicholas Gibbs – Aloha, Oregon, USA

If you're interested in seeing the videos yourself, you can do that at the video contest page. Congratulations to all the winners!

Filed under: Blizzard, News items

FileFront suspending operations indefinitely

Our old friend Moo Money wrote in a little earlier today (along with a few readers) to alert us of some news that has the potential to hit the WoW community pretty hard: FileFront is closing its doors, citing poor economic conditions as the reason why they're indefinitely suspending the site's operations. As of March 30th, 2009, FileFront will be gone.

Countless WoW videos are currently hosted on FileFront, including some of our favorite machinima, many that we've highlighted on the site previously. It's not just machinima, either. I know many of my friends that arena heavily find and host their videos on FileFront, and my raid has linked to strategy videos that were hosted there, too.

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Filed under: Analysis / Opinion, Machinima, Economy

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