Emazing Interactive’s Team eMg Represented Team USA at World Cyber Games Grand Final In Seattle

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Team eMg won the 2007 Dust-Off Championship in August.

Emazing Interactive, Inc. (emzg), a Dallas area full service e-gaming company, announced today its sponsored eSports team, Team eMg CS 1.6, was part of TEAM USA at the World Cyber Games (WCG) Grand Final in Seattle. There were more than 700 gamers from a record 74 countries competing and the United States shocked the world to capture the gold. To qualify for TEAM USA, Team eMg previously won the 2007 Dust-Off Championship® in August and placed second in the CEVO-Pro playoffs. The 2007 Grand Final was held at Qwest Field in Seattle, Washington October 4 - 7.

“To say we are pleased in an understatement,” says James Tyler, CEO of Emazing Interactive. ”We’ve been working towards building world-class competitive teams. It is great to see Team eMg’s hard work and dedication pay-off.”

Team eMg is a group of experienced gamers, incorporating former members of Fear Factor and Flow Gaming, and other well known eSports teams. Members of Team eMg CS 1.6 include: Matt "lim" Beahan, Michael "chE(Lg)" Guevara, Nazar "naz(Lg)" Vynnytsky, Robert "Ph0bius" Irey, and Scott "evolution" Cavallero.

In addition to Team eMg CS 1.6, Emazing has seven other eSports teams under contract representing over 30 professional gamers in a variety of gaming categories, including: Counter Strike 1.6, Counter Strike Source, World of Warcraft, DOTA, Day of Defeat, etc. Additionally, eMg owns the league spot for each gaming category in which they compete.

About Emazing Interactive, Inc.

Emazing is a facilitator of online gaming through its wholly owned subsidiary eMazing Gaming, LLC. It provides venues and portals through which players can, individually or as teams, play games such as counter strike, halo, etc., online against individuals or teams. For additional information on Emazing, visit http://www.emgaming.com.

This press release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. There are important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements, including: general economic business conditions, competitive and technological factors, markets, services, products and prices, availability and the cost of capital, success of growth initiatives, limited operating history and other factors discussed in our filings with the Securities and Exchange Commissions. Additionally, this release may not be considered as legal, accounting, or investment advice, and is not, and may not be considered, a solicitation for the purchase of any securities issued by Emazing Interactive, Inc.


Anne Smith, 630-832-8733

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