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 Mar 22, 2005 - 07:54 AM - by Michael
* VGL opens National Halo 2 Tourney

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The Video Gamers League have let us know that they're running a national Halo2 tournament:

VIDEO GAMERS LEAGUE OPENS REGISTRATION FOR NATIONAL GAMING TOURNAMENT
OVER $20,000 CASH AND A 2005 SCION xB TO BE AWARDED.


Dallas, Texas - March 21, 2005 - VGL, (Video Gamers League), the first organization to advance console gaming competitions to the level of a professional sport, announced today that they have opened registration for the first season of competition in the National VGL Video Gaming Tournament, the largest-ever console game tournament. Players can register to compete in official (qualifying) tournaments at the VGL website, www.vgleague.com. Halo 2 is the official game for the first season, which will include 112 tournaments that will take place in Scion dealerships across the nation.

The VGL will offer both team and FFA (free for all) tournaments. The FFA tournaments are free to enter. Official winners will advance to one of six regional tournaments, which will take place in New York, Los Angeles, Dallas, Orlando, San Francisco, and Chicago. Winners of the regional tournaments will advance to the national championship, where top finishers will receive cash and prizes and the grand champion will drive away with a 2005 Scion xB. All tournament participants will receive Scion merchandise, including beanies, CD?s, and backpacks.

 

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