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Cartwright joins GSN from Global Gaming League, a Los Angeles based company, where he served as Vice President of Product Development and Engineering.
Thanks to the efforts of the Global Gaming League, Vibe Game Club, Electronic Arts, Peak Records and VIP Custom Motors, we were awarding a 1974 Monte Carlo to one lucky Burnout 3 player
Prior to his roles at SapientNitro and EPOS, Jack also held executive and senior leadership positions at top Los Angeles area companies, including the Global Gaming League, PLX systems, the RAND Corporation and Northrop-Grumman.
Army Game" into the Global Gaming League, an online gaming league and social network that sponsors and covers video game tournaments.
LOS ANGELES -- The Global Gaming League (GGL), Intel, NVIDIA Corporation, Neurok Optics and Ziff Davis's 1UP Network will host the 2nd Annual V-Sports All-Star Tournament at E3, May 10-12.
About the Global Gaming League: The Global Gaming League (GGL) is a worldwide leader in organized competitive online and live video game tournaments and events (V-Sports).
The tournament will be facilitated by the Global Gaming League and kicks off on the Xbox Live(R) online game service April 1 and continues through May 1.
6 /PRNewswire/ -- The Global Gaming League (GGL), a worldwide leader in organized competitive online and live video game tournaments and events, has named the Top 10 Gaming Colleges in the United States.