MLG announces game lineup and announcers for November event.

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With the MLG Fall Championships right around the corner, the people at MLG have announced the lineup of games and commentators for all of the events.  With almost $200k in prizes to be handed out to the best of the best, it's important to know that some of the best in MLG's history will be calling the action.  Take a look at the list to see who is calling what and the games that will be used to determine this year's best at the Fall Championships!

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The Major League Gaming (MLG) Fall Championship in Dallas on November 2-4 is on track to be one of the biggest events in MLG history with more than 1000 of the world’s best players signed up to compete for more than $180,000 in prizes. MLG today released the list of casters who will be commentating the three-day online broadcast at The casters include:

·         Halo 4: Halo Pro Kyle “Elamite Warrior” Elam, Andy “Bravo” Dudynsky, Nathan "Unbreakable" Mann, and Frank "U4ixx" Bowen.
·         StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty: Day[9], Apollo, djWheat, TotalBiscuit, Mr Bitter, Axeltoss, Axslav, Clutch, and Adebisi (observer).
·         PlayStation®3 (PS3™) Games – Mortal Kombat, Tekken Tag Tournament 2 and PlayStation All Stars:  Eric 'Juicebox Abel' Albino, Bill "Tom Brady" Menoutis, and Reepal "RIP" Parbhoo.
·         League of Legends: Deman, Jatt, MonteCristo, and OptimusTom.

The Broadcast - Five Streams and HD with DVR
For those not attending in person, the three-day competition will be broadcast LIVE online at beginning Friday, November 2 at 5pm CST and continuing through the Finals on Sunday, November 4. The broadcast will air on five streams – two dedicated to StarCraft II, along with one stream for Halo 4, one for League of Legends and one for PS3 games – Mortal Kombat, Tekken Tag Tournament 2 and PlayStation All Stars.  A complete broadcast schedule will be released soon.

HD passes are now available online for viewers to watch ad-free in HD in up to 1080p, and have access to DVR to rewind and re-watch any of the action. As always, fans can watch standard definition for free.


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