VF3tb at Video Gamers League

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  1. Guest

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    Video Gamers Leagueâ„¢ opens Registration for Inaugural Event
    Nationwide league for video game players kicks off its first season on November 20 in Dallas, TX

    Dallas, TX -- The Video Gamers League (VGL), the first nationwide league for video game players, has opened registration for its first event. Players from across the country are expected to converge in Dallas, TX November 20 and 21 to compete for cash prizes and to qualify for the National Championship to be held at the end of the season.

    The event will feature tournaments for games from all three major consoles -- Dreamcast, Nintendo 64 and Playstation. Games of all types including fighting, racing, sports, and first person shooters will be played. With multiple games in each genre, the event has been designed to appeal to all gamers.

    Fighting games include Marvel vs. Capcom, Mortal Kombat Gold, Power Stone, Soul Calibur, Street Fighter Alpha 3, Super Smash Bros, Tekken 3, and Virtua Fighter 3tb.

    "Over $2500 in cash prizes is expected to be awarded at the event," says Jeff Gross, founder of the VGL. "In addition, we will recognize players who do well in multiple games. There will be a championship for each genre as well as an overall championship for the best player in all genres."

    The Dallas event will be held at the Best Western Dallas North. Players can register at the VGL website, http://www.videogamersleague.com or by calling the VGL at (972) 315-2826. Space will be limited so participants are encouraged to register early. Players registering before November 1 will save $10.

    The VGL will hold similar events across the country in the upcoming months. Future tournaments will be held in 10 cities including Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Seattle, Miami and San Francisco.

    For more information, contact the Video Gamers' League, P.O. Box 2386, Coppell, TX 75019, 972/315-2826, e-mail info@videogamersleague.com.
  2. Myke

    Myke Administrator Staff Member Content Manager Kage

    It must be made clear that the Video Gamers League is in no way affiliated to Virtua Fighter Dot Com.

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