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Submitted by gamerlive 994d ago | interview

Detroit Tigers MLB All-Star Justin Verlander Challenges Gamers To Win $1 Million

Just because the record $640 million Mega Millions lottery winners have been announced doesn’t mean there’s not free money sitting out there. Gamers can go to bat, virtually, with 2K Sports’ Major League Baseball 2K12. Take Two Interactive is once again offering everyday gamers the chance to pitch a perfect game and win $1 million in real money. (2K Sports, Major League Baseball 2K12, PS3, Xbox 360)

bobrea  +   994d ago
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ATi_Elite  +   994d ago
Instead of challenging Gamers to win a $1m how about Justin Verlander add another $1m to the prize!

He can afford it!

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