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MLG Atlanta 2004/State v State
|MLG Atlanta 2004 State vs State|
|Organizer||Major League Gaming|
|Number of Teams||13|
|Location & Dates|
MLG Atlanta 2004, also known as Halo50k3, was the fifth event of the 2004 MLG season, and the third in the Halo50k chronology. It took place at the Hyatt Regency in Atlanta, Georgia, from July 24-25, 2004.
At MLG Atlanta, Team FFA once again defeated Shoot to Kill in the finals, despite StK having made a team change after Chicago. This prompted the Ogre twins to drop Saiyan and Clockwork and join forces with KillerN and Walshy, forming team Domination, a team that would go undefeated for the remainder of Halo: CE, and set the groundwork for the eventual Team 3D and Final Boss dynasties of Halo 2.
A side tournament was held which pitted players from different states against eachother. A total of 13 states fielded the required 8-player roster and competed. Players were rotated in throughout each five-game-series of 4v4 action. In the finals, Michigan defeated Ohio and were crowned the Champions.
Game Types and Maps
$N/A USD is spread among the teams as follows:
|1||Michigan||Walshy • Tupac • Clockwork|
|2||Ohio||Ogre 1 • Ogre 2|
Articles & Videos
- 3v3 2nd Rd Champ StK vs LIE 3 Game Series - youtube.com
- 2004 Atlanta Halo CE 4v4 Results - majorleaguegaming.com
- 2004 Atlanta Halo CE 4v4 Team List - majorleaguegaming.com
- 2004 Atlanta Halo CE 2v2 Results - majorleaguegaming.com
- 2004 Atlanta Halo CE 2v2 Team List - majorleaguegaming.com
- 2004 Atlanta Halo CE FFA Results - majorleaguegaming.com
- 2004 Atlanta Halo CE 2v2 Competitor List - majorleaguegaming.com