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Submitted by jagiii 572d ago | interview

Choi "Polt" Seong Hun Talks $20,000 Ender's Game ESports Tournament

Right now in the United States, 32 of the best StarCraft II players are competing in the first-ever video game tournament sponsored by a Hollywood movie studio. Lionsgate Home Entertainment is promoting the Blu-ray, DVD and Digital Video release of Ender’s Game with the tournament, which features $20,000 in cash prizes.

Choi "Polt" Seong Hun, who is only the fourth player in the world to complete the Triple Crown by winning major tournaments in North America, Europe and Asia, is currently a grad student at the University of Texas Austin. He talks about the implications of Hollywood validating eSports and offers some of his favorite movies in this exclusive interview. (Choi "Polt" Seong Hun, eSports, PC, Starcraft II)

gamerlive  +   572d ago
Good to see a different side of this pro gamer, and Hollywood getting involved in eSports.

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