Chat with video game team Final Boss

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Welcome to The Show! On Tuesday, Nov. 18, we'll have members from the Major League Gaming team Final Boss - Ogre1, aka Dan Ryan; and Neighbor, aka Mason Cobb - will stop by to chat about the upcoming MLG national championships in Las Vegas.

We will be bringing you two members from each of the eight Halo teams competing to be named the world's best from Nov. 21-23. MLG returns to Las Vegas for the third straight year for its final stop of the season's circuit. The Halo 3, Gears of War and Rainbow Six champions will all be crowned, with over $340,000 in cash prizes being awarded.

Ryan is a member of the professional gaming team, Final Boss. "Ogre1" is the twin brother of teammate, Ogre2, and the two players are considered one of the fiercest duos in the history of Major League Gaming. Ogre1's consistent play throughout the years has helped garner MLG Championships for Final Boss in 2004, 2005, and 2007. Now Final Boss looks for their fourth Championship in five years.

Cobb is the newest member of the professional gaming team, Final Boss. In the midst of all of the major MLG team changes, "Neighbor's" recent move from No. 1-ranked Str8 Rippin to Final Boss is one of the most high-profile changes in the history of professional gaming. Final Boss is the reigning national champions from last season, and the addition of Neighbor brings yet another natural talent to the team.

Send your questions now and join Ogre1 and Neighbor in The Show at 4 p.m. ET on Tuesday!

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Other MLG chats (all times at 4 p.m. ET):
Tue.: Legendz | Wed.: Carbon | Fri.: Ambush | 4:30pm, Classic
Nov. 17.: Instinct | Nov. 19: Triggers Down | Nov. 20: Str8 Rippin

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