WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2007 Online Tournament Announced

WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2007 Tournament

THQ and JAKKS Pacific, in sponsorship with WWE, Best Buy, Global Gaming League and Microsoft, have announced that they will be hosting an online tournament for the Xbox 360 version of WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2007 via Xbox Live. Begining yesterday and lasting until February 28th, players can compete online in open ladder play and earn points by winning matches, and then on March 3rd the top 64 players with the most points will battle it out in a single elimination tournament. From there, the two finalists will receive an all expenses paid trip to the 5th Annual THQ Superstar Challenge in Detroit and play the final match in front of a live audience at the Gem Theatre on March 29. What does the winner get you ask? Well, the tournament champion will receive two floor tickets to WrestleMania 23, a WWE Championship Belt and other prizes. The runner-up will also receive two tickets to WrestleMania 23 and a prize pack, and even the top 16 runners-up from the tournament will receive some WrestleMania goodies, so there are plenty of prizes to fight for.

Tournament rules, schedules, sign-up details and prizing can be found at www.bestbuy.com/gamingtournaments and www.ggl.com.

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