Posted on October 31, 2007,

Attention Halo 3 Players: Win a Million Smackers

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Are you good at Halo 3? Would you like a million dollars? Of course you do! Although I don’t believe you’re all that good at Halo. Nevertheless, the Cyberathlete Professional’s League is going to be holding their “Extreme Winter Championship” tournament in Dallas, Texas with $1 million up for grabs. Best of all is you don’t need to be a well known Halo prodigy to enter – this tournament is open to all.

Of course, you won’t get all that cash if you’re the big winner – there’s a million dollars total on the line, with first place taking $250,000 grand, with the rest being divvied up between the 63 runners up.

Registration is going to take a pretty hefty investment, though, so you’re going to want to be sure you’re ready – $475 for standard registration, or $275 if you sign up before Friday, November 2.

For more details on the tournament, check out the official CPL page here.

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4 Comments on Attention Halo 3 Players: Win a Million Smackers

Taylor [Z?]

On October 31, 2007 at 6:05 pm

Who ever wins that money.. Will jsut prove that they are the biggest ing nerd on the planet.

Razgriz

On October 31, 2007 at 6:09 pm

But that person will be a ing richer nerd.

Asuka

On October 31, 2007 at 7:54 pm

ROFL.

Who the plays games for money? I mean seriously, lil ing children sit at home playing xbox 360 in the dark. I feel bad for the idiots who sign up for that stupid tournament. The games are only fair on the consoles but if anything is on the PC you can bet someone will cheat. All this league is a bunch of bull with people who lie, etc. And dont get me started on that women gaming PMS bull, those little whores think their tough but they wouldnt stand a CHANCE in HELL on the computer.

Besides, we all know girls dont exist on the internet.

SpiralGray

On October 31, 2007 at 11:57 pm

Is it possible for any of you guys to post an opinion without being foul-mouthed?

There are guys who make six figures playing video games. That’s a lot more than you’re going to make asking, “You want fries with that?”