GameSpot tourney sieging Team Fortress 2 on PC

Registration for Valve's hyperbolic shooter tournament opens November 7 at 3 p.m. Pacific; round one begins November 12.


The Orange Box

Into the breach, or close the wall with our dead, friends! Registration begins at 3 p.m. Pacific on November 7 for GameSpot's Team Fortress 2 Mutilation Madness tournament, presented by AT&T. The Mutilation Madness tourney is open to all registered GameSpot users, and squares off 32 teams with seven players to a side in either capture the flag or control point mode, depending on the selected map. Matches begin November 12 at 12 p.m. Pacific, and the finals will be broadcast live on Tournament TV on November 16 at 4 p.m. Pacific.

Each member of the victorious team will receive a $200 Best Buy gift card as well as a one-year GameSpot Total Access subscription, which offers access to exclusive prize tournaments, beta contests, high-speed downloads, and an ad-free experience on the site. Runners-up won't walk away empty-handed because they'll also receive a free year of Total Access to GameSpot.

The Team Fortress 2 tourney is open to any registered GameSpot user who is over the age of 17 and a resident of the US. Head over to the Mutilation Madness tournament page to register and get a complete rundown of the rules. Check out GameSpot's previous coverage for more on the multiplayer-centric pack-in to Valve's highly acclaimed Orange Box.

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