Fatal1ty By Monster E3 MVP tournament winner gets BMW M235i

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Remember the days when parents would tell their children that video games weren’t good for anything? Those days seem to be long gone, especially when you consider the types of prizes awarded for gaming contests. Over the weekend at E3, Fatal1ty by Monster awarded one lucky winner with their very own BMW M235i. The game of the tournament was the wildly popular racing/sports game Rocket League.

Not content with simply unveiling their new Fatal1ty by Monster headphones, Fatal1ty and Monster partnered with Pacific BMW to award a brand new M235i to the winner. The rules were relatively simple:

Participants in the tournament played the award-winning Rocket League and featured a 3v3 team driven gaming competition that was dedicated to players that gave their team the extra edge. An open play team format was chosen that recognizes the MVP of each match. MVP’s were randomly teamed up to play down to the ten minute final.

The winner, Cameron “Kronovi” Bills, emerged victorious after advancing through the first two rounds to make it to the finals. There, he held off the remaining MVP’s to take the top prize.  Jonathan “Fatal1ty” Wendel and Head Monster Noel Lee were on hand to congratulate the winner.

Fatal1ty by Monster BMW Winner

“Kronovi” was excited to win the top prize, and was quick to point out that “I’ve already told my parents that they can’t borrow my new Bimmer.”

You can read more about the new line of Fatal1ty by Monster headphones, or check out the full press release for this contest below.

FULL PRESS RELEASE

Rocket League® Champion Kronovi Takes BMW M235i at

Fatal1ty by Monster® E3 “MVP” Tournament

Presented by Pacific BMW

Grand Prize is Biggest Take in ‘Rocket League’ Game Play to Date

Los Angeles, CA, June 17, 2016 – After two days of intense competition at Monster’s E3 booth, the play culminated in a huge win for the champion of Fatal1ty by Monster’s E3 MVP Open Tournament – Cameron “Kronovi” Bills.

Atlanta-based “Kronovi” played 2 rounds to advance to the finals. Pitted against the five MVP’s finalists, Kronovi literally raced away from the field to be the MVP™ to win the first ever MVP Winner Takes All tournament. Kronovi was almost speechless, when awarded the keys of BMW’s new M235i by gaming legend Fatal1ty and Noel Lee, the Head Monster and founder of audio innovator Monster Products.

Tournament Game play featured the Fatal1ty by Monster FxM100 and FxM 200 gaming headsets built in collaboration with Monster and Johnathan ‘Fatal1ty’ Wendel.

Kronovi commented, “When we heard about the Fatal1ty by Monster MVP Tournament we couldn’t believe it. This was the biggest prize we had seen for Rocket League. We really appreciate that Fatal1ty, Monster and Pacific BMW made this event happen. My friends and I look forward to driving the BMW to the next tournament. I’ve already told my parents that they can’t borrow my new Bimmer.”

Rules of Engagement

Participants in the tournament played the award-winning Rocket League and featured a 3v3 team driven gaming competition that was dedicated to players that gave their team the extra edge. An open play team format was chosen that recognizes the MVP of each match. MVP’s were randomly teamed up to play down to the ten minute final.

Presenting partner, PACIFIC BMW and BMW North America was also on hand to help present the keys of the Ultimate Grand Prize, BMW’s new performance coupe, the M235i to Kronovi. This special edition BMW is purpose built to be the Ultimate Driving Machine, and featured BMW M Performance carbon fiber parts and accessories.

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