MSI holds ?e-Sports? tilt for gamers

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[/caption] More than 400 competitive gamers are expected to convene at the gaming event where P200,000 worth of tournament prizes are at stake. The grand event will feature some of the most popular game titles in the Philippines — DOTA (Defense of the Ancients), League of Legends, Crossfire, and Starcraft 2. The event will also host the largest local organized tournament of 2012?s most widely anticipated game, Diablo III. Also for the first time, community-picked top players from opposing clans will pool their skills and create a Dream Team as they play ala NBA-style in friendly exhibition matches. In the end, there will only be one ?MSI Beat It!? All-Star Games 2012 champion team for DOTA, LoL and SC2, respectively. To be hosted by former MTV VJ, Eri Neeman a.k.a. Boy Back-up, the three-day festivities is packed with activities for all types of enthusiast: an overclocking seminar, the rig modding display contest and seminar, as well as the i-Date K-Pop Dance Showdown. Cosplay Queen and gamers? muse Alodia Gosiengfao will grace the MSI Overdrive Catwalk along with other Pinoy cosplayers. Local band Spongecola will also perform. The presence of top e-Sports players, SC2?s Rain and Byul and LoL?s LaMia and Pheilox, all from the MSI-supported Fnatic Team will also put the Filipinos? gaming passion to the test. Freeplay will be offered during the event to showcase MSI?s range of gaming series laptops and the ?MSI Overdrive Desktop PC?. PC units powered by MSI Z77 motherboards will also be available for those who are in the market for the latest platform. ]]>

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