Major League Gaming Fall Championship casters and live streams announced

The line-up of casters and live streams for the Major League Gaming Fall Championship being held in DallasNov. 2 through 4 was announced today, revealing a list of well-known professional eSports players manning the microphones and dedicated streams for each title being played.

Casters include retired professional Halo player Kyle Elam for Halo 4, along with fellow eSports professionals Andy Dudynsky and Halo Council members Nathan Mann and Frank Bowen. PlayStation 3 titles Mortal Kombat, Tekken Tag Tournament 2 and PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale will feature commentary by fighting game pros Eric Albino, Bill Menoutis and Reepal Parbhoo. Starcraft 2: Wings of Liberty and League of Legends will feature a handful of game veterans as casters for each.

The competition will be broadcast live on the Major League Gaming official website beginning Friday, Nov. 2 at 6 p.m. ET and concluding after the tournament finals on Sunday, Nov. 4. The broadcast will be comprised of five individual streams: two for StarCraft 2, one for Halo 4, one for League of Legends, and one for the group of PS3 games. Major League Gaming will release a full streaming schedule in the coming weeks.

Major League Gaming is also offering online HD passes for those who want to watch the tournament ad-free.

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