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    News New Lan Center In Scottsdale, AZ!

    Just wanted to let everyone know we have opened a new internet gaming center here in Scottsdale, AZ! All top of line PCs and Xbox on 8 ft screen. Anyone one that lives close by be sure to stop by and check it out. We will host Clan matches or practice for anyone intrested. Stop by our website and check it out!


    Hope to see some Xclan memebers around soon!


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    Park City, UT
    looks bad ass.. good luck
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    !nSaNeD!eGo, Kalifornia

    yup... that's badass!!!

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    Sometimes it take few secs for DNS to resolve, can try also...

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    Denver, CO

    I'll be in AZ soon hope to check it out.

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    Dec 2001
    Peace UP , A-town Down
    Awesome place,
    I'd suggest a more informative website!
    Stats / Prices / How many PC's
    Just curious things runing through my mind

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    Mar 2002
    Santa Ana
    That is awsome dude! I will have to check it out if I'm ever AZ. Put some posters up on the walls.
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    Yeah, we are going to add more info on website, right now just trying to get the word out and finish all the buildout and config everything at lan center... Check back on site soon for more info.

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