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Submitted by SethAFitzgerald 74d ago | news

Call Of Duty Will Join Regular Sports At X Games

For the first time ever, a video game will be joining regular sports like BMX and Skateboarding at a new X Games event. Eight Call of Duty: Ghosts team will compete at the first MLG X Games Invitational this June in Austin, Texas. (Call of Duty: Ghosts, MLG, Xbox One)

n4rc  +   74d ago
Ya... OK...

Sports are played by athletes.. Nimble thumbs dont count.. Lol..

No business even being associated with the xgames.
theRell  +   74d ago
Then you think of Curling...
n4rc  +   74d ago
Nah.. Curling is like golf and darts..

Its a game, not a sport... Fun tho lol
theRell  +   74d ago
Any form of competition can be considered sporting and can attract an audience. This seems like a good move to me and will probably cause a lot of excitement at the event since I'm sure many attending as spectators and competitors are probably Call of Duty fans.

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