Chat with video game team Str8 Rippin

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Welcome to The Show! On Wednesday, Nov. 19, we'll have members from the Major League Gaming team Str8 Rippin - Snipedown, aka Eric Wrona; and Legit, aka Bryan Rizzo - 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.

Rizzo is a member of the professional gaming team, Str8 Rippin. He began his career as an amateur free-for-fall Halo 2 competitor and is now considered one of the best slayers in Major League Gaming. "Legit's" innate talent helped his team secure the top seed heading into the national championship. His incredible skills have earned him notable achievements such as MVP of MLG Dallas 2007 and a feature in the biography, "Legit: The Rise of a Cyber Athlete," which was published in fall 2007.

Wrona is a member of the professional gaming team, Str8 Rippin. "Snipedown" is having a breakout rookie season with great finishes in at every Major League Gaming competition, including first place finishes in Orlando and Toronto. Snipedown has turned into a fan favorite overnight with his electric plays and raw talent.

Send your questions now and join Snipedown and Legit in The Show at 4 p.m. ET on Thursday!

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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. 18: Final Boss | Nov. 19: Triggers Down

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