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MLG Pro Circuit 2011 streaming live now!


12:38 PM on 04.02.2011
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The Major League Gaming Pro Circuit 2011 is happening live from Austin, Texas this weekend. The top gamers are competing in StarCraft II, Halo: Reach, Call of Duty: Black Ops... and you're at home missing it, aren't you? 

You don't have to. MLG is streaming is live, and you can check out all of the action online. Like right here, right now. Check out the streams below for all of the action as it happens!

All-Inclusive Pro Circuit Stream - Runs Friday 5:30pm to Sunday 8:45pm:

Starcraft 2 Stream - Runs Friday 5:30pm to Sunday 8:45pm:

Halo Reach Stream - Runs Friday 5:30pm to Sunday 7:30pm:

Call of Duty: Black Ops Stream - Runs Friday 5:30pm to Sunday 6:00pm:

Major League Gaming’s first event of their 2011 Regular Season, featuring Starcraft 2, Halo: Reach and Call of Duty: Black Ops. Purchase the high-quality stream here. A full schedule for the whole weekend can be seen here.






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