Jonathan "Fatal1ty" Wendel has helped thrust professional video gaming upon mainstream America -- he'll be featured on 60 Minutes this Sunday

Love him or hate him, Fatal1ty will be on the CBS show 60 Minutes on Sunday.  Jonathan "Fatalt1y" Wendel, the best-known American professional gamer in the world, started gaming professionally in 1999.  Since then, he has continued to dominate the competition while playing first person shooter games like Doom III, Painkiller and Quake 4.  He also has the Fatal1ty brand of PC hardware and accessories that ranges from motherboards, sound cards to mouse pads and CPU coolers.  The interview will cover topics such as cyber athletes, Wendel's fitness routine and the future of video game competitions.  The episode of 60 Minutes will air on CBS this Sunday, at 7 p.m. EST.

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