'MLB 2K11' adjusts the million-dollar competition
Last year, a 23-year-old gamer from Alabama named Wade McGilberry won $1 million playing "MLB 2K10." That's right, a cool mil playing a video game.
McGilberry added all those zeros to his bank account by being the first person to throw a perfect game in "2K10," and he did it by pitching with, of all people, Kenshin Kawakami. (2K should have doubled the prize for that.)
Today, 2K Sports announced that the million-dollar perfect-game promotion is back on for "Major ...
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