Halo 3 Tournament Sponsored By Samsung TV

Halo 3 Tournament Sponsored By Samsung TV

Published On February 23, 2008 | By Anthony Barker | News

We know you monsters love tournaments, especially when there are prizes involved! Well how about a sparkling new Samsung TV? Well prepare for Battle in The Official European Halo 3 Tournament Sponsored By Samsung TV.

The Official European Halo 3 Tournament Sponsored By Samsung TV is a chance for Xbox 360 gamers from various countries across Europe to show their Halo 3 skills and be rewarded with some amazing prizes, including exclusive Halo 3 artwork, the new Samsung Crystal Design 40” Series 6 FHD TV and a brand new Xbox 360 Elite.

The Tournament will open for registration on February 25, 2008. From that date, all gamers need to do to sign up is head to the Xbox LIVE Dashboard, click on The Official Halo 3 European Tournament Sponsored By Samsung adverts, and download the exclusive free GamerPic.

Once gamers are registered, open play runs from March 18 to March 30. Entrants will need to perform on the three game modes that make up The Official European Halo 3 Tournament sponsored by Samsung TV Xbox LIVE Playlist – Slayer, King of the Hill and Oddball.

At the end of open play, the top ranked player from each European country will be crowned Halo 3 National Champion and will be rewarded with a piece of exclusive framed Halo artwork. They will also qualify for the European Final, where the 14 top ranked players from across Europe will clash in a one-off Xbox LIVE match to decide who is truly legendary.

For more information and terms and conditions please visit www.Xbox.com/Halo3Tournament from February 25.

Let us know if you will be signing up by leaving a comment below.

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Anthony is the designer, developer and owner of Console Monster. In his spare time, Anthony is a keen gamer who enjoys playing mostly First-Person Shooters and Racing games. When he is not developing games or tweaking this site, Anthony likes to be on the slopes snowboarding or hurtling down off-road tracks on his mountain bike.