Infinite Crisis, Turbine's upcoming free-to-play MOBA game, will be officially introduced into the word's largest eSports league at this year's E3 thanks to a partnership between Warner Bros. and Major League Gaming.
The deal will officially kick off at E3, where two of the game's top teams, Complexity and Curse Academy, will face off at the Warner Bros. booth all the while having it streamed live on MLG's site. Hereafter, Infinite Crisis will officially be included in the MLG Pro Circuit competitions, effectively introducing the eSports community to the DC Universe-based game.
Infinite Crisis, by the way, is currently in closed beta -- though Turbine are currently allowing those interested to register for a chance to join.
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