ESPN: Jebailey makes historic inroads between fighting games and pro wrestling

By Jacob Wolf – JULY 1, 2018


DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — When Alex Jebailey started Community Effort Orlando in 2010, the lifelong wrestling fan did not expect that his event would one day be home to a professional wrestling show.

ceo2013-jebailey-2In fact, he didn’t expect to run Community Effort Orlando at all. By chance, after another promised event fell through in 2010, Jebailey had three weeks to organize the original Community Effort Orlando — which had around 350 players and spectators, one of Florida’s largest fighting game events at the time.

Over the past eight years, Jebailey has taken a small event from a small fairground to now occupying a large portion of the 205,000 square-foot Ocean Center — the fifth-largest convention center in the state, in Daytona Beach. Community Effort Orlando is now the second-largest fighting game event of the year … Read the full Story HERE


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