In sunny California, Paul began his gaming career in a pretty neat environment, describing 1972 gaming as a “kid’s paradise.” His iconic video game career helped shape competitive gaming during its earliest stages setting world records in arcade games such as Spy Hunter and Frenzy. In 1986, Paul’s twelve-hour record breaking Spy Hunter score totaling 9,512,590 went into the Guinness Book of World Records. Paul was inducted to the the International Video Game Hall of Fame in 2010. He continues to express his passion for the games industry by participating in several charity gaming events and appearing across the country at conventions such as SC3, The Kong Off, and California Extreme. To learn more visit the CaGdc forums and www.Spyhunter007.com.