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Her highest finish was 5th place (3 times) at MLG Los Angeles 2004, MLG New York City 2004 National Championship and MLG Philadelphia 2005. Her team, MoD, had a roster that consisted of her 2 brothers, Burton and JMB and Grasshopper. MoD swapped Grasshopper for Vash after MLG Los Angeles 2004.
Xena attended the MLG D.C. 2005 opener and she placed top 24 with a similar MoD roster. After a number of attempts at trying an all-female team, Xena retired after the 2005 MLG season. In 2007, Xena returned on team Genuwin alongside Smiley, Snake and Drummer. Xena and Smiley became the first females to make it out of the open bracket at an MLG event at MLG Dallas 2007.
Xena is currently employed by Bungie and resides in Seattle, WA.
- Bonnie "Xena" Burton was the first female Major League Gaming pro.
- Getting to Know Xena - majorleaguegaming.com - 03/03/05
- Xena Interview – by Tsquared - majorleaguegaming.com - 12/13/04
- Xena - majorleaguegaming.com - 08/09/06
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