Korean eSports pros can compete in MLG events with new partnership

Major League Gaming has teamed up with the Korean eSports Association (KeSPA) to bring some of Korea's best and brightest gamers to the MLG's North American events.

Major League Gaming has teamed up with the Korean eSports Association (KeSPA) to bring some of Korea's best and brightest gamers to the MLG's North American events.

The collaboration will begin June 9th, with a Starcraft 2 expo tournament held during the MLG Spring Championship in Anaheim. KeSPA participants will be announced in the coming weeks.

Folks hoping to view the first event in the two organizations' multi-year partnership will be able to watch a live stream of the event on the MLG's website. Just make sure your internet connection is up to the task of viewing all the blazing-fast actions-per-minute.

"We are thrilled to be partnering with the most prestigious eSports league in the world, and feel our partnership will forever change competitive gaming," MLG CEO Sundance DiGiovanni said in a press release. "KeSPA has long been a true leader in this industry and has been instrumental in its success, and this is just the beginning of our work together."

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