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Northwest Majors VI , May 3rd and 4th 2014 at Highline CC

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This weekend is Northwest Majors VI! Live from Highline Community College's Student Union Building. Over three hundred and fifty of the top gaming professionals from around the World will collide at this event, playing for almost $10,000 in cash and prizes.

The event is headlined by more then one hundred players in Super Street Fighter VI Arcade Edition 2012, over eighty players in Super Smash Brothers Melee, fifty plus in Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3 and Project M, and then forty plus in BlazBlue, King of Fighters XIII and Tekken Tag Tournament 2. Over twenty different games in all at this event!!

The event is also featuring top players from around the World. Players coming from as far as Japan and Chile, including Tokido, Nemo, KaneBlueRiver and more!

The entries for King of Fighters XIII and Tekken Tag Tournament 2 are deep with out of state and out of country players, as is BlazBlue.

The only way to get in to this event at this point is by registering at the Door on Friday evening or Saturday morning. A Gold Badge is $60 at the door, plus event entry fee's and a Spectator/Side Event badge (Silver) is $15 plus event entry fee's.

Northwest Majors is the largest annual gaming tournament in the Seattle area. The event is produced by GameClucks and KhaosGaming.

Come check it out!


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