Infinite Crisis Joins Major League Gaming Network at E3


DC Comics free-to-play MOBA Infinite Crisis will soon be joining the eSports community thanks to a new partnership between Warner Bros., Turbine and competitive gaming league Major League Gaming.

“Partnering with MLG is an important step in introducing Infinite Crisis to the competitive gaming community,” said Jeffrey Steefel, Executive Producer for Infinite Crisis. “MLG’s platform and expertise in the eSports arena are unparalleled. We look forward to working closely with MLG to introduce players to the DC Multiverse and building a world-class gaming community.”

“Infinite Crisis and our new partners at Turbine are a perfect addition to the MLG network. The game is action-packed, fun to play and well-suited for a competitive audience,” said Sundance DiGiovanni, CEO and co-founder of Major League Gaming. “Our new collaboration with Turbine is a great example of how we can work with top game developers to introduce their games to the robust MLG audience and grow the eSports community worldwide.”

Ultimately Infinite Crisis will make it into rotation at MLG Pro Circuit competitions, but as the game is still in closed beta it will first be featured at various gaming events and in competitive play on the online multiplayer platform

Top MLG teams Complexity and Curse Academy will do battle in the DC Multiverse to kick the partnership off at 12 PM PST on June 11th, the opening day of E3. E3 attendees will be able to watch the battle live at the WB Games booth, while online viewers will be able to tune in to a live stream hosted at the MLG and Infinite Crisis websites.

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