The lights are on
The first part of 2K Sports' MLB 2K13's Perfect Game Challenge is over, and 30 winners for each MLB team have bagged $25,000 apiece.
This is the fourth year of the contest, and this year's features a little different format, rewarding more players for pitching a perfect game than before.
What happens next? According to the rules, those with the top four overall scores for the whole contest (not just those listed below) have made it to the final tournament for the $250,000 grand prize, which will be held at the All-Star Fan Fest in July in New York.
2K has already announced the tourney bracket, and in it Robert Romanowski (who won prizes for three teams!) will face off against Brad Holland in one semi-final, with Tyson Sanders going up against Justin Chavarria in the other.
HERE ARE THE INDIVIDUAL WINNERS OF $25,000 FOR EACH TEAM:
Perfect game? Not even close. Whenever we played the game, this is a sample of what happened.
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Haahah wow. The last 3 sentences of this article made me laugh. Nooone from my homestate won... I shall avenge my state next year!
Cool. Wouldn't mind live streaming this to watch it. It would be very exciting to hear both players as they are playing the game.