Play Halo on PC, win money
Posted by Sketch at 7/14/2003 9:16 PM PDT
The PC version of Halo has officially been added to the roster of games for this year's $30,000 CPL Winter 2003 Championships. This is it, the chance you've been waiting for. Become a professional cyber-athlete and play Halo for a living!

Here's the official word from the folks over in marketing:

July 14, 2003

Halo for Windows Tournaments at the CPL Winter Games

Microsoft Game Studios and Bungie Studios today announced that Halo for Windows tournaments will be at the CPL Pentium 4 Processor Winter 2003 Championships, taking place December 16-20 at the Hyatt Regency in Dallas. The winning team will take home $30,000.

Launched June 1997, the CPL was the first organization to advance computer game competitions to the level of a professional sport. Today, the CPL is the global leader in competitive computer gaming, having held live tournaments on five continents. The CPL has also sanctioned a large number of qualifying tournaments held in over thirty countries. Online registration for the Winter 2003 event is expected to open on Friday, August 1, 2003. For more information about the Halo tournaments at the CPL Winter 2003 Championships, head to

Halo, the critically acclaimed best-selling Xbox game, is coming to Windows gamers for the first time with new features previously unavailable, including online multiplayer support, new maps, vehicles and weapons. Halo is optimized for the PC with the precision offered by mouse-and-keyboard support and full support for high-end hardware including graphic resolutions up to 1600 by 1200. Halo's online multiplayer feature will enable players to battle it out with fellow gamers worldwide in a variety of individual and team-based games. Currently in development by Gearbox Studios in conjunction with Bungie Studios, Halo for Windows is slated for release this summer. For more information, please visit the official site here.

Bungie was founded in 1991 with two goals: to develop games that combine brilliant technology, beautiful art, intelligent stories and deep gameplay, and then sell enough of those games to achieve the real goal of total world domination. Over the last 10 years it produced games like the Marathon Trilogy and the first two Myth games, hailed as classics by critics and gamers around the world. "Halo: Combat Evolved," its latest game, has achieved phenomenal success on the Microsoft Xbox video game system. More information on Bungie can be found at

Microsoft Game Studios is a leading worldwide publisher and developer of games for the Windows PC gaming, Xbox video game system and online platforms. Comprising a network of top developers, Microsoft Game Studios is committed to creating innovative and diverse game portfolios for the PC (, including such franchises as Age of Empires, Flight Simulator and Zoo Tycoon; Xbox (, including such franchises as Halo, Project Gotham Racing and NFL Fever; and (, the official games channel for the MSN network and home to such hits as Bejeweled and OutSmart.

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