Gaming superstars featured on CBS

world seriesWell, there’s the Super Bowl for football fans, the NBA All-Star Weekend for basketball junkies, and the World Series for baseball fanatics. These are major television events, getting airtime, oodles of advertisements, and raking in network ratings. Now here’s something for gamers. CBS aired Video Game Super Stars, presented by Intel, featuring five of the best pro gamers around.

The special focuses on the likes of Johnathan “Fatal1ty” Wendel (a.k.a. “the Michael Jordan of gaming”), Rafik “LoSt-CaUzE” Bryant, David “Moto” Geffon who defied his family and denounced the profession of law to be a pro gamer, the minister’s daughter Shannon “Mary Jane” Ridge, and Matt “Ballistics” Powers who is a seasoned Sergeant at maximum security prison.

You can watch the World Series of Video Games Finals, also presented by Intel  on College Sports Television starting January 21.

world seriesWell, there’s the Super Bowl for football fans, the NBA All-Star Weekend for basketball junkies, and the World Series for baseball fanatics. These are major television events, getting airtime, oodles of advertisements, and raking in network ratings. Now here’s something for gamers. CBS aired Video Game Super Stars, presented by Intel, featuring five of the best pro gamers around.

The special focuses on the likes of Johnathan “Fatal1ty” Wendel (a.k.a. “the Michael Jordan of gaming”), Rafik “LoSt-CaUzE” Bryant, David “Moto” Geffon who defied his family and denounced the profession of law to be a pro gamer, the minister’s daughter Shannon “Mary Jane” Ridge, and Matt “Ballistics” Powers who is a seasoned Sergeant at maximum security prison.

You can watch the World Series of Video Games Finals, also presented by Intel  on College Sports Television starting January 21.

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