**-Bio-** Name: Wat? Gaming (We Aren't Trying - est. 1998)
Colors: Red, Black, Grey, White
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Wat? Gaming is a group of individuals who participate in 'electronic sports' at numerous competitions throughout the world. The current team practices 6-8 hours per day in preperation for upcoming events and have a rigorous training schedule to rival that of teams in more popular sports. Hailing from across the USA, Wat? exudes professionalism and dedication in everything they do, putting in more practice time and more preparation than any other team in the world while maintaining an image of maturity.
**-Mission Statement-** United as one, Wat? Gaming strives endlessly towards the goal of becoming the number one American eSports squad. With a fresh vision and seemingly limitless talent, this team of visionaries constantly push the limit and never cease to suprise those around them.
**-Goal-** To change the face of professional gaming in the Unites States and spearhead the movement towards greater professionalism, publicity, and seriousness.
**-Description-** We have put together a number of words that represent our team as a whole as well as a smaller list to specify what we plan to convey via our logo:
**Team:** Aggressive, Ambitious, Confident, Cutting-Edge, Dedicated, Dominant, Forward Thinking, Hip, Inspired, On top, Professional, Revolutionary, Talented, Youthful.
**Logo:** Ambitious, Cutting-Edge, Professional, Youthful.
**-Identity-** As with any business, our logo remains the foundation for our image and it is essential for us in beginning our reimaging phase to make sure we are recognized not only by our name, but also our 'mascot' of sorts, the question mark which will act as our symbol in the gaming community. As such, there will be equal emphasis put in place on designing a proper logo that displays the 'Wat?' name but provides seperation between the words and the punctuation device that will remind anyone who sees the '?' of our team and remain engrained in their memory.
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**-Applications-** Our logo will mainly be viewed in two states:
1) Full Image - This will include the Wat name as well as our question mark drawn to the specifications set forth in this document. For the most part the 'full' logo will be used as the starting point for the design of our website, the majority of our clothing and gear as well as on many internet sites that display our logo and our emails:
2) Symbolic Logo - We will have a standalone image of our '?' which will be used to brand our apparel as well as be used in small instances on our website such as marking flash videos. As stated previously, the mascot should be easily identifiable and stand out as a reminder of our team:
**-Design-** Because our team will be using this logo in a number of different forms of media, it must remain friendly both to computer and clothing printing companies and use a limited number of colors. The overall design is obviously in your court however we all agree that the Dallas Maverick's logo has the style and flare that represents our team well:
**-Competition-** Thus far, not a single member of our competition has put a large amount of thought into their logo and I believe that we can outdo them by leaps and bounds. I have included images of a number of our opponents' logos so it is clear what calibre of businesses we're dealing with.
**-Closing-** I hope that we have given you enough information to begin work on our reimaging, however if anything has been made unclear please do not hesitate to ask questions. I can provide as much background information and elaborate endlessly on any of the aforementioned subjects.
1) Final graphics specified above (Full image, Symbolic Logo in high resolution) as well as a 100x56 version of the Full Image. Files should be provided in in three formats: Adobe Illustrator, .gif, .jpg, .EPS ready to distribute to both our website designer as well as our apparel printing company.
3) All deliverables will be considered "work made for hire" under U.S. Copyright law. Buyer will receive exclusive and complete copyrights to all work purchased. (No GPL, GNU, 3rd party components, etc. unless all copyright ramifications are explained AND AGREED TO by the buyer on the site per the coder's Seller Legal Agreement).