MLG San Francisco 2005
|Washington, D.C.||San Francisco||Houston||Orlando||St. Louis||Philadelphia||Las Vegas||Nashville||Seattle||Los Angeles||Atlanta||Chicago||New York Championships|
|MLG San Francisco 2005|
|Number of Teams:||32|
|Winner:||Shoot to Kill|
|Third:||Not So Str8 Rippin|
|FFA 1st||Ogre 1|
|FFA 4th||Ogre 2|
MLG San Francisco 2005 was the second event of the 2005 MLG season, taking place at the Nob Hill Masonic Center in San Francisco, California from February 26-27, 2005. Halo 2 was played in 4v4 and FFA tournaments alongside Super Smash Bros. Melee and an assortment of fighting games.
After their loss to Shoot to Kill at MLG D.C. 2005, Zyos and Sergio of Check Six looked to rebound in San Francisco. They replaced Tsquared and Tupac with successful CE players KillerN and Toxin. Despite the team change, Check Six once again fell to StK in the finals.
- Pool Play seeded by FFA results
- Double-Elimination, best of 5 series
- Extended Series rule: best of 11 series starting 3-0, 3-1 or 3-2 based on result of previous meeting
A total of $5,000 USD in prize money was awarded.
An unknown amount prize money was awarded.
- San Francisco: February 26 – 27 – 2005 - majorleaguegaming.com
- 2005 San Francisco Halo 2 Team List - majorleaguegaming.com
- 2005 San Francisco Halo 2 4v4 Results - majorleaguegaming.com
- 2005 San Francisco Halo 2 FFA Results - majorleaguegaming.com
- 2005 Major League Gaming Pro Circuit San Francisco (Halo 2 4v4) - esportsearnings.com