€200,000 Cash Prizes in WoW TCG

World of WarCraft is a huge game, with millions of subscribers that pay to play the game every month. In addition to that, many also buy the WoW Trading Card Gameto play, or to just get in-game “Loot” cards. The TCG maker, Upper Deck Entertainment, just announced their plans for the World Championship 2008, which is to be held in Paris (taking a hint from Blizzard?) and will hold prizes of an insane amount.

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Winners will get significantly more thanTournament Winners of Blizzard’s WWI competitions during their WWI event in June. Besides the cash prizes, there will be other things included, such as laptops, PS3s, iPods and more. All participants will also receive a “goodie bag” with special items, and it seems nobody will leave the event empty handed.You can find more information on our World of WarCraft network site.


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