Tag archive for "mlg"
Turbine has joined forces with Major League Gaming to introduce Infinite Crisis to the online competitive gaming universe. ...Read More
MLG today released the broadcast schedule for their MLG vs Proleague invitational series. Kicking off on Thursday, September 27th, the series will take place over the next following ...Read More
Sunday I posted an article about MLG disqualifying Curse NA and Dignitas from their League of Legends tournament in Raleigh for collusion (splitting the combined first and ...Read More
MLG today announced that it will not be giving out the first and second place prizes to Curse NA and Dignitas. The announcement goes on to detail ...Read More
You want to impress your gamer friends by pretending that you’re some bad-ass competitive gamer that takes part in the MLG when you’re, in fact, realistically far worse ...Read More
MLG, perhaps the best known name in competitive gaming, has revealed that the company will be receiving some megawatt funding into the ...Read More
For some time now, North America’s premier professional videogame league, Major League Gaming, has aggressively but ...Read More
Astro Gaming, because of popular demand, has just released their A30 MLG special edition. Anyone who has been to an MLG event ...Read More
I recently had the opportunity to interview Allissa Cerdena and Alec Obert, founders of the new website GamerLogos.net. GamerLogos.net is all about establishing a unique identity ...Read More
A juggernaut that tore through opponents round after round and a team that looked destined for greatness, something had to give. And when the dust settled, only ...Read More
Did you ever wonder what or who is behind the clothing company that gamers know and love as J!NX? I definitely wondered. I recently had the privilege ...Read More
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