If serious gaming is your thing, then no doubt's you'll be already familiar with Major League Gaming. Gameloft's stellar FPS title, N.O.V.A. 3, has been added to the series' Xperia Mobile Gaming Arena, offering up cash prizes for playing the game. Various challenges are on offer, naturally all of which involve a lot of shooting things.
Running until December 16, bi-weekly prizes of $250, $150, and $50 will be awarded to players who occupy the top three places in the rankings. An additional $50 prize goes to the highest ranked player using a Sony Xperia device.
To take part, you need to link your Gameloft ID to your Major League Gaming ID, and be over the age of 13 residing within the U.S. or Canada.
Source: MLG via Pocketgamer
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