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Fri Nov 16, 2007 9:54 pm Reply and quote this post
Full Mirror of: http://digg.com/gaming_news/Top_Ten_Hottest_Girl_Gamers_of_2007_Pics_of_course

Before the year comes to an end we felt it was time to compile a list of the Top Ten Hottest Girls of 2007 that play games. If you’re into gaming, you’ve probably heard of some of these girls before.

Just click on an image to see it in full size.


Enjoy!



#10 - Jessica Chobot

Jessica is the host of the IGN weekly show. She’s had regular guest spots on Maxim Radio, a game advisor on The Daily Habit, a dating advice columnist on IGN’s babes channel called Preacher-Teacher, and most recently, a reporter for the Championship Gaming Invitational.Phew, with all that said you can check out more about her at her site http://www.jessicachobot.net


#9 - Pyra
Pyra, a member of the Frag Dolls says that her first “gameaddiction” was Super Mario Kart. Her favourite games are Unreal Tournament 2k4, Return to Castle Wolfenstein, Counter-strike, Halo,Animal Crossing, Final Fantasy XI.


#8 - Clover
This is a girl that you may have never heard of but she’s a top rated hottest member at GorgeousGamersand she has got a well deserved spot on the top ten hottest. Her favourite PC games include Counter Strike, Lineage 2, Second Life,Ultima Online, and World of Warcraft. Her favorite xBox games are Grand Theft Auto, Halo 2, Need for Speed.


#7 - Lauren
Lauren has been voted Miss Video Game 2007 Round 1 and 2 winner and is the assistant manager at EBGAMES.She has many favourite games but says that she’s “obsessed with CounterStrike”. Hey who else’s favourite game is Counter Strike now?


#6 - Amy
Of course there’s always has to be at least one very hot Asian girl gamer in the top ten and this time is no different. 21 year old Amy is another member and the founder of the popular all girls clan Evergroundand she says that her favourite game is Sims 2. What do you say, would you like to play a game with her and if you could, what would it be?


#5 - Mischief
You guessed it, we have one more member of the Frag Dollsin the top ten. Mischief comes in at number _. Her favortie games include, Golden Eye 007 for 64, Halo CE, Rainbow 6 Vegas, Morrowind Elder Scrolls 3, and Zuma.


#4 - V3nus
V3nus is a member of the popular PMSCLANand some of her interests include crazy animals, good books, a night of gaming, tequila and mt. dew, and sleeping all day… We can’t argue with those favorites.


#3 - Oyuki
Born and raised in Yokohama, Japan, Oyuki says that video games have always been a part of her life. She says that she’s been playing gamesever since she understood what a Nintendo game controller was… hey you're not alone there. Her dreams are to be a fashion designer and a supermodel. What do you think, could her dreams come true?


#2 - Rachelle aka ‘RachiePoo’
Part of team Everground, Rachelle is a self proclaimed “selfishbitch” who says she’ll do a lot for others but it’s probably for a selfish reason. She also says she’s always there when someone needs her. She’s a member at GotFrag and at E-Sports Entertainment. If you’re wondering, yes there seems to be some very hot girls on the team.


#1 - Becky Young aka ‘Aktez’
She’s the creator of the Girl Gaming Network. Becky is also the host of two radio shows, a freelance for the ECA, consults on a few games for Acclaim, and is also trying her work in acting. Her interests include, gaming, acting, singing, dancing, cosplay, web design, comics,drawing anime, working out, and hanging with friends. Wooh!

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Fri Nov 16, 2007 10:33 pm Reply and quote this post
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Tue Nov 20, 2007 11:19 am Reply and quote this post
I'm glad you liked the list, it is from my site. The site crashed after it hit diggs front page but it's back up now. If you'd like to link back to the original site it would be great.

Thanks!

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Sun Dec 09, 2007 8:54 am Reply and quote this post
Since its release in March 1999, Counter-Strike has become the most popular online shoot-'em-up of all time.


Its simple premise pits counter-terrorists vs terrorists, and it is played by tens of thousands of gamers across the world.

[QUOTE=BBC""]It is widely seen as something of a boy's game due to its violent nature. But Ms Maller says it's about much more than just running around with all guns blazing.

"At a professional level, you have a lot more aspects in the game than just shooting, like tactics, team spirit, concentration. There is a lot you have to focus on when you are playing at a competitive level."

Her clan was one of a handful of professional female teams talking part in last month's Cyber X Games in Las Vegas, competing for a slice of the $600,000 on offer in cash and prizes.

The imbalance between men and women was clear to see, with almost 50 male teams taking part, compared with just seven female squads. And as in the world of sport, there were separate competitions for each gender.[/QUOTE]

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"It is good that we are having female competitions," says 24-year-old Louise Thomsen, another member of the DoMe clan, known online as Aurora.

     
Counter-Strike gamer Louise Thomsen
Counter-Strike is 99% male, so females that do come into this world feel overpowered or that they are not welcomed



"But it is two steps up and one step down as we are segregating males and females. It's saying that the girls aren't as good as the males."

Ms Thomsen was also introduced to computers at an early age. When she first came across Counter-Strike, she thought the game looked boring. After giving it a try, she was hooked.

"It's like reading a book," she says. "You can sit by yourself and entertain yourself. You are in a world of your own, in your own little world."

Gaming over the internet has proved so popular that there are professional teams, backed by corporate sponsors, who compete in international competitions for big prize pots.

But it's hard for female teams like DoMe to be taken seriously and attract the kind of backing that top male clans enjoy.

"The prize money is not the same," says Ms Maller of the Cyber X Games. "The guys look at our competition as a side event. But we take it seriously, hoping that it will become just as big as the event for the guys."

Part of the blame can be laid at the door of the games industry.

The DoMe Counter-Strike team


Traditionally, video games have been made by men for men, with many believing that women are only interested in role-playing, puzzles or adventure games.

Female gamers dispute this, saying that what makes a great game and what appeals to women is subjective.

"It is stupid to put female labels on games, it is better to appeal to the individual," says Ms Thomsen.

"But there are stereotypes. Counter-Strike is 99% male so females that do come into this world feel overpowered or that they are not welcomed. If people just opened their minds and didn't see us as being male or female, it would be much better."

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Wed Dec 12, 2007 4:10 pm Reply and quote this post
Counter-Strike gamer Louise Thomsen
Counter-Strike is 99% male, so females that do come into this world feel overpowered or that they are not welcomed



"But it is two steps up and one step down as we are segregating males and females. It's saying that the girls aren't as good as the males."

Ms Thomsen was also introduced to computers at an early age. When she first came across Counter-Strike, she thought the game looked boring. After giving it a try, she was hooked.

The DoMe Counter-Strike team


Louise is now part of Les Seules. Widely publicized girl team.
However I also think it is appropriate to mention Aurora-gaming.com - where Nissepigen and Vildkatten stands out. Vildkatten is the dark haired girl on above picture to the right.

my 2 cents....

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Fri Dec 14, 2007 6:07 pm Reply and quote this post
ownage.css found this contender...

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