Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? MLB 2K10 offering big prize for video game feat

By Editorial Staff
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For all you gamers out there, listen up. 2K Sports is offering one million dollars to the first person to throw a perfect game in MLB 2K10. No, this is not a joke. 2K Sports is offering $1,000,000. Yep six zeros for a video game feat. The video game company has struggled recently and hopes this contest can help them revive its baseball product. It won’t be easy. The rules are strict, so don’t think this will be easy to fake. For those interested here are the rules.

From ESPN.com and 2K Sports:

And the rules are simple: 2K Sports is going to give the million bucks to the first person who can throw a perfect game against the CPU on All-Star difficulty starting March 2, 2010 at 12:01 AM PST and ending May 2, 2010 at 11:59 PM PDT. Eligible games can only be played on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in MLB Today mode playing one of the available match-ups. Then, when gamers choose to play the Major League Baseball 2K10 contest from the menu, the game will automatically default to the proper gameplay setting in accordance to the official rules.

In addition, all entries must be recorded via camera or digital video recorder, and entrants must submit a copy of their recording on DVD in its entirety for verification.

Reserve your copy today, it could be worth $1,000,000.

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