The Major League Gaming organization is celebrating the end of the 2011 season this weekend in Providence, Rhode Island with a three-day championship event. Featuring tournaments in StarCraft II, Call of Duty: Black Ops, Halo: Reach, and League of Legends, 1200 of the best amateur and professional players will be competing in double elimination events to win over $600,000 in prizes.
In fact, the event has already started. Right now, you can catch the competition already underway by watching the MLG live stream.
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