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CyberConXion was a computer services company headquartered in Wayne, NJ. The company had three locations, one in Wayne, one in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and the last in Rockville, Maryland, all three independently owned and operated. While the three storefronts offered a variety of computer services for individuals as well as small businesses, they were primarily known for being an internet café or a LAN gaming experience. Tournaments were frequently held at all locations, furthering the idea that the company dedicates the majority of its time and resources to gaming.
The CyberConXion in Wayne, NJ closed its doors in October 2007, while the Pittsburgh center followed suit in August 2008.
- 2005: The Wayne, NJ location held a qualifier for the World Cyber Games championships.
- 2007: $10,000 XFX CS Source qualifier held at the Wayne location.