Chat: MLG Roster Chaos

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Welcome to The Show! On Friday, some of Major League Gaming's biggest names will join us for a second part to the MLG roster chaos chat. We've got Ogre2, Roy and Mackeo will each join SportsNation to chat about the recent roster craziness.

Each gamer will chat with SportsNation for 20 minutes, before yielding the floor to the next gamer. Below we have listed the chatters and their recent moves, as well as the times they will be chatting in The Show!

Ogre2- 3 p.m. ET
Roy- 3:20 p.m. ET
Mackeo- 3:40 p.m. ET

Tom Ryan/"Ogre 2"


Ryan is a member of the professional gaming team, Final Boss. "Ogre2" and Final Boss have been the most dominant team in MLG history, winning the 2004, 2005, and 2007 National Championships. After a recent team decision to release teammate Walshy from the team, Final Boss now looks to start a new era of dominance with newly acquired member, Neighbor. Ogre2 is currently sponsored by Red Bull and NBA All-Star, Gilbert Arenas.

Justin Brown/"Roy"


Brown is a member of the professional gaming team, Instinct. Possessing arguably the best shot in Halo 3, "Roy's" talents have propelled his team to the top tier of Major League Gaming. After the Orlando regular season competition, Instinct underwent a major roster change, adding MLG veteran Walshy and 2007 1v1 Champion, Soviet to the team. Instinct has high expectations for the remainder of the season due to the talent of each member on the team.

Joe Reinhart/"Mackeo"


Reinhart is the newest member of the professional gaming team, Triggers Down. "Mackeo" consistently placed near the top of every 2007 and 2008 MLG Pro Circuit competition with The Agency and Instinct and now joins forces with the MLG Orlando event winners. Mackeo will look to further improve the team with his communication and leadership.

Send your questions now and then join the chat at 3 p.m. ET on Friday!

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