...They certainly have their work cut out for them if they are going to elevate it from anything lethally boring.
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- Nov 15, 2012
Major League Gaming, DreamHack, and Electronic Sports League announce partnership for remainder of 2012 and upcoming 2013 season.
i think the partnership is good for the community. The less competing leagues, the better competition especially if one team only played in one of those leagues, and they don't overlap with each other. Now how do we get online competition on mainstream tv....thats the next step
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