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What year were you born? Obvious Question for an older gamer site right?
BTW. How do these MLG Pros earn money if they aren't playing Halo on the circuit?
DEEP_NNN wrote: BTW. How do these MLG Pros earn money if they aren't playing Halo on the circuit?
They work and go to school like the rest of us schlubs?
Dixon_Tufar wrote: DEEP_NNN wrote: BTW. How do these MLG Pros earn money if they aren't playing Halo on the circuit? They work and go to school like the rest of us schlubs?
Are they not more than just weekend Halo warriors? Surely their day to day jobs must almost take second place to gaming competition?
Walshy used his Halo fame to create a t-shirt business and I assume others have done things like that as well. There are also a lot of them that charge for lessons.
some may be sponsored and play in other tournements. They might even have part time jobs or something.
this is what FEAR does.
he sells a halo lesson and strategy guide. he also does group and private lessons.
he does COD too. maybe some others, but i don't know.
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