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MLG Philadelphia 2004
United States
23 Feb  -  24 Feb

Biography

Originally supposed to be an independent event, the Halo Nationals were merged with Major League Gaming to become the second ever MLG event. MLG brought some familiar names on board for the event, including Chris Puckett as Tournament Director and Adam Apicella as Event Coordinator. This event holds the distinction of being the first MLG event to feature the Ogre twins Ogre 1 and Ogre 2 and their first team, Shoot to Kill (StK) in attendance. Alongside Clockwork and Strangepurple, the twins began their MLG dynasty by winning the event, which also featured other prominent Halo talent such as ZyosSaiyanand KillerN. On top of winning the 4v4, the Ogres (playing separately) took the top two spots in the 2v2, and the top two spots in the FFA. A display of domination which only foreshadowed the shadow they would cast on their MLG competition for years to come.

Placements
PlaceTeamPrize
Place
1st1st
Team
Shoot to Kill
Prize
$6,100
Place
2nd2nd
Team
Amazing Pickle
Prize
$2,700
Place
3rd3rd
Team
Shoot Back
Prize
$1,600
Place
4th4th
Team
DM
Prize
$1,100
Place
5th5th
Team
Psycho Soldiers
Prize
N/A
Place
6th6th
Team
MoZ
Prize
N/A
Place
7th7th
Team
7LRS
Prize
N/A
Place
8th8th
Team
TSK
Prize
N/A
Place
1st1st
Team
Ogre1
Prize
$500
Place
2nd2nd
Team
OGRE2
Prize
$250
Place
3rd3rd
Team
Saiyan
Prize
$125
Place
4th4th
Team
Csquared
Prize
$125
Place
5th5th
Team
Zyos
Prize
N/A
Place
6th6th
Team
Dragonspear
Prize
N/A
Place
7th7th
Team
KillerN
Prize
N/A
Place
8th8th
Team
Strangepurple
Prize
N/A

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