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The National Gaming League is bringing Live Halo Reach and BlackOps Tournaments to Charlotte, NC
The National Gaming League's second event for the 2011 season will be held in Charlotte, NC. Popular Xbox 360 console games such as Call of Duty Black Ops and Halo Reach will be featured.
Halo: Reach rounds will take place on Saturday, July 23, and Call of Duty: Black Ops rounds will be held on Sunday, July 24.
On each day, registration for the respective event will begin at 9AM with Free-for-All rounds beginning at 10AM, 2v2 rounds beginning at 12:30PM, and 4v4 rounds beginning at 4:30PM.
Cash prizes will be awarded to the winning team or player of each event. In addition, the winning 4v4 team will be sponsored to attend the 2011 NGL National Championship, the premiere competitive event of the gaming season.
Several hundred participants and spectators are expected, so players wishing to register are strongly encouraged to arrive early for registration. Thousands more will witness the live action via an HD stream online.
The National Gaming League (NGL) is a North American professional electronic sports organization headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia that holds official video game tournaments in the United States. NGL is on the cutting edge of bringing console game tournaments to the forefront of a new generation of digital spectator sports and maintains a high standard of commitment to the players and fans of competitive gaming.
More information about NGL and the Charlotte 2011 tournament can be found at http://thenationalgamingleague.com
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Offering the best in live video game tournaments, the National Gaming League is comprised of some of the top minds in Pro-Gaming. Participants and spectators are invited to attend the best events (both online and in-person) in the country.
Page Updated Last on: Jun 16, 2011