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2003/12/20
The RF4 Dance Machine Contest warmed up players in the cold winter
  2003 Move Digitally & Enjoy Recreation--RF4 Dance Machine Contest" started rigorously in the cold winter day (on Dec. 20). At Taipei Warner Village, the final contest attracted the public on the spot to join and dance gleefully. The contest picked the top three winners from six groups, which are single player group, student group, adult group, two-player group, and family group. Winners are awarded with many digital commodities.

  The contest was held by the Industrial Development Bureau and Institute for Information Industry. It was the first national contest for digital, recreational, & recreational machines and the first application of the Rock Fever 4 Remix dance machine developed by IGS and Saint-Fun Company.

  The Industrial development Bureau expected to promote the positive image of the industry by correcting the typical and negative impression people had towards game machines, and break the annual industrial value of NT4000 million dollars by creating more business opportunities in applying digital, recreational, and entertaining game machines. They were determined to bring back the fame that Taiwan used to be the kingdom of manufacturing recreational and entertaining game machines.

  The contest started with preliminary regional contests, which are in northern, middle, southern, and eastern Taiwan. From the six groups, a total of 48 candidates were chosen from the 4 regions to participate in the final contest, during which all the participants tried all out to win over their counterparts. The keen competition attracted lots of movie goers in the Warner Village to where the contest was held; they also showed great support to the players they liked. The top three winners from the six groups were awarded gifts such as Nokia, Motorola and OKWAP cell phones, HP PDA, Photo Printer, SONY and Toshiba television, SONY DVD player, SONY, Panasonic, Canon digital camera, XBOX and PS2 consoles and Panasonic walkman. For detailed information, please refer to the website.