World of Warcraft: MLG 2010 Pro Circuit Title

BY Andrew Miesner / May 7, 2010

Major League Gaming today announced that World of Warcraft is returning to MLG Pro Circuit as this year’s title. In addition, there will be more prizes, matches and teams making it even more exciting.

MLG Columbus, Ohio kicks off on June 4th to the 6th where 16 of the top WoW teams compete 3v3. Two groups of eight teams will compete in a round robin format and the top two teams from each group advance into a double-elimination Championship Bracket where the winners take home $15,000 prize purse.

Starting with Raleigh, an Online Qualifier will be held prior to each Live Competition. The top four placing teams in this open competition will earn invitations to the following live event. The top two placing teams in the Online Qualifier will also receive hotel accommodations for the following live event. Also beginning in Raleigh, each Regular Season live event will host 16 teams total: the top four teams from previous event, four MLG invited teams, four Online Qualifier placing teams, and four open registration slots available for purchase.

In addition, MLG rank points will be awarded to each of the three regular season events. Only eight teams will be chosen by the MLG rank points and they will face off for $25,000 in cash and the MLG 2010 World of Warcraft Championship title. MLG Pro Circuit broadcast crew will also bring back the “Live Broadcast from each Pro Circuit Live Competition”.

The all new MLG WoW Primetime Show, as well as many select matches from the Online Qualifiers, will be broadcast live throughout the season at and Stay tuned to and for more information on the season and broadcast schedules.

2010 World of Warcraft Details

3 – Regular Season Live Competitions

  • 16 team 3v3 World of Warcraft Arena
  • $15,750 in cash prizes per Regular Season event
  • First Regular Season Live Event June 4th-6th, 2010 Columbus, Ohio
  • Live broadcasts with expert play by play and color commentary

1 – Championship Live Event

  • 8 top ranked teams qualify based on Regular Season points
  • $25,000 in cash prizes for Championship event
  • Live broadcasts with expert play by play and color commentary

Multiple Online Qualifiers and Tournaments

  • Multiple open Online Qualifiers
  • Ladders and tournaments throughout the year
  • More prizes
  • Live broadcasts with expert play by play and color commentary

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