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Gamer Wins $1M For Pitching Virtual “Perfect Game”

May 7th, 2010 05:09 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

A few months ago, 2K Sports announced a unique contest to promote a new game they were working on, Major League Baseball 2K10. They said whichever gamer was the first to pitch a perfect game and provide proof would win $1 million, with the contest running for two months. Reader yukk tips news that the two months have now passed, and 2K Sports has announced a winner. It turns out the prize was won on the very first day, by a player who had put less than an hour and a half of effort into it.

Source: Gamer Wins $1M For Pitching Virtual “Perfect Game”

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