Latest Podcast: Episode 179 – You Get What You Deserve
Do you have what it takes to go Pro?
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Our good friends at the E-Sports and Gaming Network are on the hunt for the best Aussie gamers and it all kicks off in a few short months. Want to find out how?

As I said the ESGN are establishing the Australian Premier Pro Gaming Circuit and you can be in the running to win some pretty sweet prizes, plus get your name up in lights as the winner of the First PS3-Pro Tournament! On January 14 at Melbourne’s IBISQ Internet and Gaming Centre, ESGN present a day-long Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Tournament giving you the chance to win up to $2,000,  as players come to fight it out to be crowned the best in the land. Individuals or Team entries are welcome but with limited numbers you will need to be quick, so watch out when the ESGN full site launches on November 11 with full details of the comp and ticket purchases. For now though check out the flyer at www.esgn.com.au for al the info that is currently available.

Get involved and support the PS3-Pro Circuit, and if you have what it takes you could be $2,000 better off for it!

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