Def Jam: Icon Tournaments Announced, Game Roster Revealed

Def Jam: Icon TournamentsEA and Def Jam Interactive, in sponsorship with GameStop, have announced a series of tournaments for the upcoming PS3 and Xbox 360 brawler Def Jam: Icon. Starting this week and taking place throughout February, various GameStop and EB Games retailers in four major US cities will be hosting tournaments, including Atlanta, Chicago, Los Angeles and New York, and one venue in each city will host a special appearance by one of the celebrity fighters featured in the game. Tournament information, rules and locations can be found at www.gamestop.com/defjamicon.

And speaking of the game’s celebrity cast, EA has also revealed the full roster of hip hop artists and other celebrity talent that will be making an appearance in Def Jam: Icon, which you can find listed in full below:

Anthony Anderson
Jim Jones
Method Man
Sticky Fingaz
Big Boi
Kano
Mike Jones
Summer Walker
Bun B
KD Aubert
Nina Nicole
T.I.
E-40
Kevin Liles
Paul Wall
Tego
Fat Joe
Lil Jon
Redman
The Game
Funkmaster Flex
Ludacris
Robert Dolan
Young Jeezy
Ghostface Killah
Mayra Veronica
Russell Simmons
James Hong
Melyssa Ford
Sean Paul

Def Jam: Icon will ship on March 6th for the PS3 and Xbox 360.

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