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The Northwest Classic Games Enthusiasts (NWCGE) is a NW-centric group created in 1997 with the interest of preserving the cultural and historical aspects of the videogames.


Although the focus is primarily geared towards "classic" gaming technology which includes the preservation of historical hardware, games, game ideas and core concepts; NWCGE also recognizes the importance and fun all of the modern systems have to offer such as PCs, N64s, Saturn, Amiga, XBOX, Playstation, etc.. which are continually defining the future of video games.


NWCGE has hosted a classic gaming expo in and/or around the Seattle area known as the NWCGE Expo. NWCGE is very proud to host the Annual Atari 2600 Championships, a truly unique and one-of-a-kind event not found anywhere else. In the past, several key folks in the industry from Atari, Sega, Microsoft, Nintendo have been guests at the annual NWCGE expos. Most notably, Joe Decuir (Atari 2600, Atari 400/800, Amiga hardware designer) has given a keynote presentation at the NWCGE Expo.


I sincerely hope that you can join us in celebrating one of the most enjoyable and creative forms of entertainment ever to be invented.


If it has pixels... we're for it.


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