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IGame World Tour '99, a 25-city videogame mall tour, kicks off this month backed by key sponsors including Best Buy, Procter & Gamble Co. and Ziff-Davis Publishing Group's ZD Games Group. Dozens of new and unreleased videogames will be available for the public to play, with an admission fee of $8 during the tour's run from July 1 to Sept. 6. Each attendee receives a "Power Pack" of sponsor samples, demo disks, brochures and magazines. The tour is being promoted with a TV, print and direct mail campaign created in-house by iGame, and via the Internet (www.igametours.com).

Oldsmobile announced the formation of the Women's Oldsmobile Scramble, the first national amateur golf tournament for women. The tournament is open to all female golfers who have a current USGA Handicap Index. It will involve five PGA of America "Sections": Colorado, Georgia, Michigan, southern California and western New York, with 20 to 25 events per section. The event will be separate from the 16-year-old Oldsmobile Scramble.

Cadaco's Tripoley board game is sponsoring National Grandparents Day Sept. 12, highlighting the game's new Tripoley Deluxe Mat. The effort includes a national

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