“Japan has given so much to the video game industry. This is an opportunity for us to give something back, to help out during this terrible time for the entire country of Japan.” - Gabe Rubin, GamerSaloon.com founder and CEO
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Detroit, MI (PRWEB) April 15, 2011
GamerSaloon.com, the world leader in online video game tournaments for cash prizes, will launch their NBA 2K11 Japan Relief Tournament today. The 4 stage tournament starts today and will conclude on a date TBD next month. Gamersaloon.com will award $1,000 in total prizes with all additional proceeds going to benefit victims of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan.
This tournament will be an excellent opportunity for every 2k11 gamer to test their skills against the best competition online, while also helping the many hundreds of thousands of people who have lost their homes, property, or been displaced by this tragedy.
The tournament is open to anyone over the age of 18 with a valid gamersaloon.com account. More details can be found at http://www.gamersaloon.com/japanrelief.
GamerSaloon.com founder and CEO Gabe Rubin says, “Japan has given so much to the video game industry. This is an opportunity for us to give something back, to help out during this terrible time for the entire country of Japan.”
GamerSaloon.com is the world's largest video game tournament network that lets adults compete for real cash prizes in head-to-head and multi-player tournaments. GamerSaloon.com members can chat live with each other and view a potential opponent's profile containing history and other players' feedback. Over 350,000 members are registered (free) with the web site and more than $7.5 million in cash prizes have been awarded since GamerSaloon.com was launched in November, 2006. For more info, visit: http://www.gamersaloon.com.
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