Next week from November 22-24 Major League Gaming is hold their season ending championship tournaments and expects it to be the largest event in their 11 year history.
With an ever-increasing prize-pool, currently worth approximately $150,000 and expected to increase drastically as the tournament nears, dozens of the world's leading players will descend on Columbus, Ohio to battle in Call of Duty: Ghosts and Dota 2.
Ghosts will be played in an official tournament for the first time and the Dota 2 event will be the largest since Valve's own tournament, The International 3. Additionally, fans that purchase digital tickets for the Dota 2 tournament will be directly contributing to the the tourney prize-pool.
Call of Duty will be featured on two streams commentated by veterans Chris “Puckett,” Ryan “Fwiz” Wyatt, John “Revan” Boble, Benjamin “Benson” Bowe, and Alex “Goldenboy” Mendez.
Dota 2 will be on three streams, plus free in-game viewing commentated by David “LD” Gorman, David “Godz” Parker, Ben “Merlini” Wu, and David “Luminous” Zhang.
The competition will be broadcast in HD on the MLG site beginning Friday, November 22 beginning at 5pm ET with five streams showcasing the tournament. Broadcast schedules are available on the MLG web site: Call of Duty: Ghosts and Dota 2.