And Now It's 'Burger Time!'
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. - Apr 25, 2008 Video game publisher Mastiff awarded 16 lucky gamers each a $15 gift certificate for pizza during the first two weeks of its Major League Eating: The Game "Food of the Week" contest. This week Mastiff will be giving away eight more $15 gift certificates-this time for burgers-to gamers who have registered at www.MLEGAME.com. Believe us, you can get a pretty damn good burger for $15.
The first 16 Free Food winners were:
Lily P. - San Jose, Calif.
Marcos S. - Dix Hills, N.Y.
Caesar M. - Sylmar, Calif.
Michael B. - Cheektowaga, N.Y.
Jeremy M. - Pensacola, Fla.
Max H. - San Diego, Calif.
Brandy S. - Muncie, Ind.
Cody B. - Dorr, Mich.
Cristian B. - Winter Haven, Fla.
Jason V. - Newport, Ore.
Hallie L. - Woodland Park, Colo.
Alexander M. - San Diego, Calif.
Gesnele P. - Roxbury, Mass.
Paul D. - Long Beach, Calif.
Rob M. - Marysville, Wash.
Hillary M. - Northbrook, Ill.
Anyone can enter Mastiff's "Food of the Week" contest. All it takes is a visit to www.MLEGAME.com to register and (hopefully) win. Even better, Mastiff has promised not to force feed any of the winners their prizes!
About Major League Eating: The Game
Major League Eating: The Game for WiiWare TM features the world's greatest gurgitory athletes competing across a variety of foods and venues. Built much like a classic fighting game and deeper than a Chicago style deep-dish pizza, MLE: The Game requires players to master a smorgasbord of offensive and defensive weapons including bites, burps, belches, mustard gas and jalape?o flames while cramming and chewing food at a world-class pace. It's not for the faint of heart, the slow of reflex, or those with an overly strong aversion to a Technicolor reversal of fortune.
Major League Eating: The Game uses the Wii Remote to simulate a variety of eating techniques including the cram, toss, and 'typewriter.' Burp-offs and Hot Potato challenges during the contests keep the competition intense and eaters on their toes.
Major League Eating: The Game is for one or two players, offers online play and a leader board.
Major League Eating, the professional league which oversees all top eating events in the nation, including the Nathan's Famous Fourth of July International Hot Dog Eating Contest, counts among its members Takeru Kobayashi, the Japanese eating phenomenon, and American Joey Chestnut, current champion of the world.
Mastiff is a publisher of interactive entertainment with offices in Tokyo, San Francisco and Los Angeles. Titles from Mastiff include Gurumin for PSP? (PlayStation?Portable) system, Dr Sudoku for the GameBoy Advance, Pump It Up: Exceed, and La Pucelle: Tactics, which was awarded an Editor's Choice Award from leading gaming website, IGN.com. Other releases include Gungrave: Overdose, Technic Beat and Top Gun: Combat Zones. Please visit www.mastiff-games.com for more information.
About Major League Eating
Major League Eating (MLE), the world governing body of all stomach-centric sport, conducts more than 80 events annually, including the Nathan's Famous Fourth of July International Hot Dog Eating Contest in Coney Island, N.Y. Last year, MLE produced six hours of original programming on Spike TV and ESPN. The MLE competitive eating community, which numbers more than 8,000 veteran and rookie athletes, travels the nation in search of top titles and the glory that they provide.
Michael Meyers PR