LG and Capcom Hosting an Android based Street Fighter IV Tournament – 1/14
Are you an Android gamer who lives in the LA area and want to win $10,000 AND/OR a trip to Korea? You will have the chance to compete in this tournament in just a few days!
On Saturday, January 14, 2012, 11am – 6pm LG and Capcom will be offering free admission for spectators, complimentary food and drinks throughout the event!
- What? Street Fighter IV HD 2012 Global Championships Tournament Qualifier
- When? Saturday, January 14, 2012, 11am – 6pm
- Where? Belasco Theatre, 1050 South Hill Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015
- Why? Watch superstar players duke it out and enjoy free food, drinks and limited edition t-shirts and posters created by designers extraordinaire iam8bit
- Who? This event is co-hosted by LG Electronics and Capcom Entertainment, sponsored by onGamenet, produced by iam8bit, and organized by Ryan Entertainment, with tournament direction and live-stream production by Level|Up and emceeing by Cross CounterTV.
Are you going to try to win that handful of cash? The tournament will be hosted on two platforms: LG Nitro™ HD and Xbox 360. The overall winners of the LA qualifier rounds will be flown to Korea to compete against other worldwide victors in the global championships for a shot at $10,000. So even if you don’t win the grand prize, you still have a chance to win a trip to Korea!
Additional prizes will be awarded for the Super Street Fighter IV Nitro™ HD and AE winners, and all U.S. finalists will receive an LG Nitro™ HD mobile device. Let us know if you plan on attending or even competing in this event!
Check out LG and Capcom’s official site for more details!
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