WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2008 International Tournament Underway

WWESmackdownVsRaw08GlobalTournament.jpg Quick reminder here for all you WWE fanatics out there. Registration for the WWE SmackDown Vs. Raw 2008 International Tournament, presented by THQ, GameStop, Major League Gaming and Xbox Live, is coming to a close on February 8th. Tournament registration began in December and the online ladder play portion has been underway since the beginning of this month, but if you’d like to stage a last-minute run up the ladder to make it into the 32-player bracketed tournament portion of the challenge — running Feb. 9-22 — you still have over a week to give it a go.

At the end of the tournament, the two finalists from North America, the finalist from the UK and the finalist from Continental Europe will be brought to the 6th Annual THQ Superstar Challenge on March 27, 2008 at the House of Blues Orlando for the head-to-head grand finale in front of a live capacity crowd and top WWE superstars. The grand prize winner will be treated to two floor tickets to WrestleMania 24 coming up on March 30th in Orlando, Florida, two tickets to the WWE Hall of Fame awards ceremony on March 29th, and a championship belt to honor their victory. The three runners-up will also be awarded tickets to WrestleMania 24 for their efforts.

Visit www.gamestop.com/svr and gamebattles.com/svr for additional details and official rules.

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