Chat with video game team Triggers Down

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Welcome to The Show! On Wednesday, Nov. 19, we'll have members from the Major League Gaming team Triggers Down - Fearitself, aka Justin Kats; and Karma, aka Ben Jackson - 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.

Kats is a member of the professional gaming team, Triggers Down. "Fearitself" is having a spectacular season with strong finishes at each Major League Gaming regular season competition including an exceptional first place victory at the Orlando and Dallas competitions. Known for his consistent play and exceptional long-range accuracy, Fearitself has emerged as one of the top breakout superstars in pro gaming this year.

Jackson is the newest member of the Major League Gaming pro team, Triggers Down. One of the most formidable players in the league, "Karma" won the 2006 1v1 championships and helped Carbon claim the 2006 National Championships over Final Boss. In 2007, Karma was named the MVP of the Dallas event, and in 2008, Karma helped Triggers Down win the Dallas event in the final game over Str8 Rippin. Known for his inspirational weight loss story and friendliness, Karma has become a fan favorite and a motivator for many.

Send your questions now and join Fearitself and Karma in The Show at 4 p.m. ET on Wednesday!

Other MLG chats (all times at 4 p.m. ET):
Tue.: Legendz | Wed.: Carbon | Fri.: Ambush | 4:30pm, Classic
Nov. 17.: Instinct | Nov. 18: Final Boss | Nov. 20: Str8 Rippin | Major League Gaming | SportsNation index | MLG chat archive


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