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4/16/2013 08:29 PM EDT
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anon9879806   4/17/2013 9:21:36 AM
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Why are there no American teams in the competition?

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anne-francoise.pele   4/17/2013 9:59:20 AM
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There are no American teams because it's the EMEA edition. At the Worldwide Finals in Harbin, China, on 21-24 August, 2013, the best teams from EMEA, North America, Mexico, Brazil, China, Japan, Malaysia, India, South Korea will compete.

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