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Machinima eSports Commentator Ryan Wyatt Rejoins Major League Gaming

After spending the past three years at Machinima, videogame commentator Ryan Wyatt, otherwise known as “Fwiz,” has rejoined Major League Gaming.

Wyatt will serve as VP of programming for MLG.TV, using the company’s in-house production studio and working with eSports leagues and pro-gamers to develop new shows. 252 more words

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Major League Gaming's online viewership is up 1,376%

Last year, Major League Gaming invested a significant amount of money to launch its own livestreaming platform. That investment looks like it is paying off. 446 more words

Games

"In the end, we all love video games."

Question: How do you feel about terms like “casual gamer” or “hardcore gamer?”

I hate terms. A Flappy Bird addict versus an MLG player, both love what they’re playing. 110 more words

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MPNE - MLG Call of Duty: Ghosts Pro League Season 2 Roster Rules Announced

Executive Vice President at Major League Gaming, Adam Apicella, has announced the roster ruling earlier today on the CoD Competitive Reddit. The roster/free agent topic has been discussed extensively since season two was announced because of frequent roster changes that take place within the Call of Duty competitive scene. 379 more words

MPNE - Injustice: Gods Among Us added to the MLG Anaheim Lineup

Major League Gaming’s Executive Vice President Adam Apicella announced via Twitter earlier today that NetherRealm Studios’ latest fighting game title will be added to MLG’s Anaheim event. 211 more words

Twitch, MLG.TV e-sports rival Azubu secures $34.5M in latest funding round

An e-sports site just got a big chunk of change to help it take over the rapidly growing competitive-gaming scene.

Azubu, an e-sports site founded in 2012 that focuses on broadcasting events, has secured a $34.5 million funding round. 390 more words

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Major League Gaming's Xbox 360 app starts streaming MLG.TV shows and competitions today

Xbox 360 owners can now witness world-class headshots directly from their gaming console.

Major League Gaming launched its app for Xbox 360 today. This free software enables Xbox Live Gold subscribers to watch MLG shows and live events directly from the console. 330 more words

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