A community-run broadcasting organization named Quake Live TV will be sending out live coverage of Quake Live at QuakeCon 2010. That's the most times I've ever said "Quake."
While the pros are going at it in Dallas this weekend, Quake Live TV will be rolling tape with official coverage of the contests and BYOC (Bring Your Own Computer) events. You can watch live at www.quakelive.com, and then more content is going up at www.quakelive.tv.
Of course, if you're sitting at home watching, you'll get none of that $50,000 in prize money.
It all goes down August 12-15 at Dallas' Hilton Anatole.
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