The fall season of MLG is about to get underway! Tomorrow will start a non-stop schedule all the way through November, featuring both StarCraft II and League of Legends. Here's a quick breakdown:
Then we have the MvP, or MLG vs Proleague. This StarCraft II tournament is a collaboration of some of the biggest organizations in eSports: MLG, Korean eSports Association (KeSPA), and the International eSports Group (IEG) and has 48 of the world's best players competing for $10,000 in prizes over six weeks. This collaboration is really exciting since these are three of the biggest groups in eSports at the moment all working together to bring us what is shaping up to be a great tournament. I can only hope these guys continue this relationship for a good, long time.
The MvP will begin this Thursday, but you'll need a $10 PPV pass to watch it. The regular StarCraft II and League of Legends matches will be free to watch for everyone.