Professional World of Tanks league arrives

With $2.5 million prize fund for the inaugural 2013 season.

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Tankaholics: attention! A professional gaming league for World of Tanks has been created.

The inaugural 2013 season has a $2.5 million prize pool. That will probably rise for subsequent seasons if everything goes well.

The league will launch during this first 2013 quarter. It's called the Wargaming.net League and it sounds like it's global. There will be regional tournaments, playoffs and grand finals.

Will the eSports community welcome it?

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