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24th August 2007 (London, United Kingdom)– Right on the back of XLEAGUE.TV announcing their intentions to run Mario Strikers as their inaugural Free Tournament, it has been announced that XLEAGUE.TV are to run a Free Pro Evolution Soccer 6 Tournament.
“PES6 is one of the most popular titles around the world and XLEAGUE.TV are proud to announce this Free Tournament, bringing Pro Evolution Soccer back to the XLEAGUE.TV list of competitive titles.” Says Ray Mia, XLEAGUE.TV Channel Manager.
The Tournament rules and start dates are available now on www.xleague.tv, as are the last remaining places for the Mario Strikers Tournament which will be kicking off soon. So don’t miss out, get involved and win yourself a nice bundle of cash!
The remaining free tournaments will be unveiled over the following weeks.
XLEAGUE.TV will also be rolling out a Pro XLEAGUE.TV structure in the near future, where the very best teams and solo players will be invited to play in one of the most competitive online gaming arenas. More details to follow shortly.
For more information on the XLEAGUE.TV survey, new free tournaments and prizes, please visit www.XLEAGUE.TV or contact Marketing Manager Lee Catania on email@example.com. XLEAGUE.TV can also be found on Sky Channel 279.
XLEAGUE.TV is the UK’s first dedicated eSports channel and fully integrated website launched in May 2007. The revolutionary channel, which broadcasts on Sky channel 279, offers a comprehensive range of services to its members including leagues and tournaments, customisable user profiles, match scheduling and club and team creation. By competing on www.xleague.tv, gamers can win the opportunity to be invited to the studio for the chance to play on television.
The channel was launched at a cost of?5 million and is part of the Portland Media Group. XLEAGUE.TV has a wealth of In-house facilities include production, post-production and play-out, as well as an advertising agency, a media buying and planning department and a modelling agency.