MLG partners with Warner Bros to launch Infinite Crisis exhibition
Major League Gaming teams up with Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment and Turbine Inc to launch Infinite Crisis into the eSports scene.
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North American eSports organisation Major League Gaming (MLG) has teamed up with Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment and developer Turbine Inc to introduce Infinite Crisis to the competitive gaming scene.
An announcement posted on the MLG website reveals details of the partnership, which officially kicks off at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) on June 11 this year. Professional gaming teams Complexity and Curse Academy will compete in an Infinite Crisis tournament live at the event.
Infinite Crisis is an upcoming free-to-play MOBA game set across the 52 universes of the DC multiverse. Developer Turbine Inc.has revealed steampunk and postapocalyptic-themed stages. The game also features map-specific interactive elements, such as throwing cars or calling down meteor showers.
Infinite Crisis will be available exclusively on PC later this year.
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