More than 1200 of the World's Best Gamers Compete for More Than $180,000 in Prizes Event Features a Pre-Release Halo 4 Tournament and Competitions for StarCraft (R) II: Wings of Liberty (R), League of Legends and Mortal Kombat(TM), TEKKEN Tag Tournament 2 and PlayStation(R) All-Stars Battle Royale (TM) on PlayStation(R)3 (PS3(TM)) system Competition Streamed LIVE at www.majorleaguegaming.com/live
The top names in eSports will compete for more than $180,000 in prizes at the Major League Gaming (MLG) Fall Championship. MLG, the world's largest competitive video game league, will return to Dallas, Texas, for the eighth time to close out the 2012 Pro Circuit Season. From November 2-4, thousands of fans will descend upon the Dallas Convention Center and hundreds of thousands more will watch online as the world's best compete in the three-day tournament. Spectator, competitor and HD online viewing passes are available at http://store.majorleaguegaming.com/
. The Games, Players and Prizing -- More than 1200 players will compete in the three-day tournament
(Exclusive Pre-Release Tournament) - $40,000 in prizes: Making its return to the Pro Circuit, the latest installment of the storied franchise will be featured in a pre-release tournament days before the game is released to the public on November 6. More than 850 of the best players in MLG history will compete in teams of four.
StarCraft(R) II: Wings of Liberty(R) on PC
- $76,000 in prizes; $25,000 for 1st Place: Hundreds of players from around the world will compete in Blizzard Entertainment's intense real-time strategy game for the 1st place prize of $25,000.
League of Legends on PC
- $30,000 in prizes: Eight teams including Team SoloMid, Azubu Blaze, Najin Sword and Curse Gaming will battle for 1st place recognition in this invitational.
Mortal Kombat on PlayStation(R)3 (PS3(TM)) system -- $16,700 in prizes: The popular fighting game will return to the Pro Circuit in Dallas as top players compete on Friday, November 2 and Saturday, November 3.
TEKKEN Tag Tournament 2 on PS3 - $15,000 in prizes:
The recently released game will make its Pro Circuit tournament debut with the competition running Friday, November 2 and Saturday, November 3.
PlayStation(R) All-Stars Battle Royale(TM) on PS3 - $5,000 in prizes:
All event attendees will have the exclusive opportunity to participate in a pre-release tournament for PlayStation(R) All-Stars Battle Royale(TM) before the game is released on November 20th. Free of charge, attendees can play and compete on open stations on Friday, November 2 and Saturday, November 3. Top finishers will advance to a bracket on Sunday, November 4 for a chance at $5,000 in prizes.