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Rumor: 1 vs. 100 out of beta and giving prizes next week

Jun 28 // Matthew Razak

Could it be? Could the grand online, social experiment that is 1 vs. 100 be moving out of beta next week and allowing everyone to win prizes galore? If host Chris Cashman wasn't just rambling nonsensically during a recent game, then yes, yes it could.

A poster over at Xboxic was reportedly playing the game when a contestant decided to go with the money instead of the mob. If the game wasn't in beta, this would have netted him a cool 1200 MS points, but it was in beta so he got nothing. However, right about this time, Cashman reminded everyone that prizes wouldn't be going out until next week. Oops, no one knew prizes were coming next week in the first place.

Evidently, he quickly tried to backtrack after letting it slip out of the bag and then mentioned a big announcement coming next week. It's just so hard to keep those secrets inside of you sometimes, isn't it? Sometimes you know something and you just have to go out there and tell at least 101 people about it or you'll just explode.


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