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Submitted by Diselage 3009d ago | news

MGC Hosts Cell Phone Tournament

IGN reports that the Midnight Gaming Championship, presented by McDonald's, will host the first ever mainstream mobile phone gaming tournament during 52 Midnight Gaming Championship tournaments held in cities across the United States.

The mobile gaming competition, sponsored by MGC partner I-play Mobile Gaming, will feature The Fast and the Furious: Fugitive. Mobile competitors will have the chance to compete on mobile phones at the tournament for thousands in cash and prizes including a three month, three-out membership to GameZnFlix, a one-year subscription to Electronic Gaming Monthly, The Fast and the Furious DVD and round trip airfare to Dallas with one-night hotel stay for the grand championship tournament held in October. (Mobile)

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