Paybackgames.com (PBG) Tuesday, February 25th – Paybackgames announces that it will be running a $20,000 Black Ops 2 - 4v4 Tournament, hosted by Insert Coins and brought to you by Gamer Gloves. The event is scheduled for July 20th, 2013, and will be the first of many large cash and prize tournaments Paybackgames and its partners will be offering to the gaming community.
The tournament will begin as an 8 week on-line qualifier, hosted on the Paybackgames website. A total of 16 matches will be played per team, two matches per week, using the new Paybackgames proprietary qualifier script. The top ranked 16 teams will earn the invite to play in Minneapolis, Minnesota, LIVE at Insert Coins, for the chance at the Grand Prize of $10,000. The Second and Third place teams will be receiving tiered prize packages, with a combined value of $10,000, for a grand total of $20,000 in cash and prize awards! Registration for the tournament will open on March 9th, 2013 and will be open until April 17th, 2013.
Making an appearance at the event will be Mad Mike, of MTV's Pimp My Ride, a recreational gamer and gaming advocate. Also attending the event will be Cabe Sipes, also of MTV's Pimp My Ride – and CEO of Paybackgames, LLC. These two titans of the car customization industry are bringing their creative talents to bear on ensuring that this is the most unique gaming tournament ever in a one-of-a-kind venue. Keep checking the event page for future celebrity appearance announcements.
Don't worry about spectator fun interfering with the teams during the tournament. Teams will be playing in a sound-proof VIP Gaming Room specifically designed for player focus and concentration, spectators will enjoy the live streamed game-play action being displayed on the main stage and throughout the club. As this event venue is exclusive and the event will be highly anticipated, it is recommended for non-participating gamers that you purchase a spectator ticket as soon as possible when they become available in May.
A Live stream of the event is scheduled to be available for those who cannot make it to the live event. Details on how you can watch the stream will be announced at a later date.
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TEC.1Effort looking to the future after Dallas TEC 1. Effort is making noise going into Dallas with high standards to place top 8 to enter the 1 million dollar COD XP tournament. Hosted in our very own Hollywood California in early April. We have seen the outcome of the previous COD XP In MW2 hit huge numbers as lots of people around the world tuned in to see what team will bring home the money. Will it be Optic Gaming to hold the crown once again or will it be a new face of our very own TEC.1Effort. Just getting into the tournament is hard enough as it is only a select few from either placing top 8 at Dallas or top 8 in league play for the NA teams to play.
Their team heading into Dallas will be made up by captian Josh "Asian" Caranzo, Daniel "Loony" Loza, Omar "Groundser" Ismail, J.C "Strive" Serrano and their dedicated coach Alex "Cheeto" Miller". All mixing together for that perfect balance of strengths and weaknesses.
Our very own TEC.1Effort is very excited and according to their coach Alex "Cheeto" Miller, he was pleased to see their dedication leading into Dallas and the effort they have put in throughout these weeks of scrimming instead of running 8s. They really have developed a relationship to be that team to place top 8 at Dallas and be one step closer to winning that 400,000 in April. TEC.1Effort hopes are high and it should be, seeing the support they get from the community and their rivaling teams. Their recent practice has really put them one step ahead of many teams, which may contribute to their success at Dallas and L.A.
Their coach Alex "Cheeto" Miller had this to say:
"I am incredibly pleased with how the team has been preparing for dallas, as we speak we are currently within the top 8 we need to qualify, while we have a few weeks to go I have 100% faith that the team will qualify for the Call of Duty National Championships in Los Angeles, California. The team has 100% support from Total Esports Circuit as they continue to be an important assest in all that 1e plans to accomplish."
From all of us here at TEC, we wish them the best of luck at Dallas and hopefully at the COD XP tournament in April.
TEC.1Effort - Heading to MLG Dallas "High Hopes" TEC.1Effort looking to be a force to be reckoned with while things are heating up leading into MLG Dallas; which is on March 15-17 played at the downtown Covention center. Top Pro teams including OpTiC and Fariko will also be competing to win the prize pool. Many will see if Cod will enfold here or have to wait another year yet again while HALO outscores CoD.
A lot of sceptics are saying COD will not be at MLG Dallas this year but with the support we get from David Vonderhaar and the entire Esports team looking ahead that this will be appearing on this years circuit as of last year; HALO came up as the prodominant game for 2012 showing out COD MW3. Until then waiting for esports update on Dallas.
TEC.1effort will be running with the same Tournament winning Squad made up of Captain Josh 'Asian' Coranzo, Omar 'Groundser' Ismail, Daniel 'Loony' Loza and J.C 'Strive' Serrano. Being lead by their coach Alex 'Cheeto' Miller who's been one of their strong assets to guid them through tournaments and events that they won.
The high standards of TEC is proud to have 1effort leading the NA scene as well as their players dedication to their team. When I spoke with Their captain Josh 'Asian' Coranzo about the up coming tournament and if cod was going to be a hit and he explained:
'We plan to have a satisfying and remembered performance at Dallas, since this will be our first LAN event as a team as well as myself my expectations are a little high since MaiN,former teammate, attended and placed second. We can't wait to see the future of cod and Esports, this year will bring major growth to the CoD community'.
As well as talking to just Asian I spoke with the coach Alex 'Cheeto' Miller and had some words of wisdom:
'I think that these few months leading up to Dallas are going to be interesting, waiting for the official announcement from MLG has been rough, I think everyone has just assumed that cod will be at Dallas. Assuming it is they ate going to have to play their hearts out whether they like it or not and were going to come home with a very impressive placement for our first LAN'.
One of the other allstar players Daniel 'loony' Loza had this to add:
'Iam excited to play since this will be my first LAN where their will be competition. I have attended locals here in Cali and won but nothing changes since the competion is small. I am confident in my teams ability to do well and expect a good finish'.
I see high hopes for this team making a name for themselves and their outcome should be very impressive at there first LAN event playing as a team should really give them a start to earn some serious cash prizes.