Enter the Grid if you dare. Compete for prizes, fame, and bragging rights by taking on Prod1gy X, one of the toughest gamers around. The Grid is a multi stage tournament with a different game for each stage. This is a new way to compete in tournaments for all you gamers out there tempted to try your hand at it. Grid level 1 was the first tournament Prod1gy X hosted on live, and was a great success with many good amateur gamers coming out of the wood works. Now Grid level 2 is coming up right around the corner; Saturday January 22nd, 2011 – 6:00pm PST. The games that you will be challenged with are.
This is a great opportunity for all of you diehard gamers to get into a real good tournament and play with some of the best around, while also having a chance to win some great prizes to help you continue your gaming. With the grand prize being your choice of Mionix NAOS 3200 mouse, Sharkoon Xtatic Digital Gaming Headset 5.1, Grip it’s for your controller, and Gunnar Gaming Glasses, which are a personal favorite of mine. If you score 2 points you will get a Grip-It package including Grip-Its, hat, and t-shirt.
Your entry fee for this tournament is only $5.00, a small price to pay to compete.
- Players must pay the entry fee in order to compete in the tournament.
- Players will earn 1 (one) point per game win.
- Players may choose between DJ Hero or Rock Band 3.
- You may only play once per tournament.
- Super Street Fighter IV (ssf4) will be best of 5.
- Halo Reach 1v1 10 minutes, DMR start.
- DJ Hero 2, DJ Battle, or Rock Band 3; best of 3 songs.
- Tron will be the DeRez match.
- Assassins Creed Brotherhood 1v1 Manhunt 1 round.
- Entrants will pick the first game and loser of each round will pick the next game.
- Entrants must pay using paypal and include their shipping information in the notes section. If no address is included, prizes will not be mailed.
Here is a message from Prod1gy X himself for all you gamers to see about his tournament:
“This is a new way of competing in tournaments, I am blessed to be able to present this and that the gamers want to be a part of it. Most important is the chance for any gamer to get into the spotlight and be shown for their skills. Plus it’s a chance for them to train up and practice for WCG:UG 3″