Major League Gaming's Fall Championship is going down this weekend, and the stakes have never been higher. In Dallas, Texas, 1,500 players will compete in League of Legends, StarCraft 2, Mortal Kombat, Tekken Tag Tournament 2, PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale, and, of course, Halo 4. They'll battle for thousands in prize money, not to mention esports stardom.

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For many, Halo 4 will be the main reason to tune in, as the game doesn't actually come out until Nov. 6. On Friday they'll be broadcasting practice and free-for-all rounds, where the game's new weapons and game types will be showcased; the matches will get more hardcore on Saturday and Sunday. If you're looking for an early glimpse of Halo 4, this'll be the place to get it.

The standard live stream is free at, while an ad-free HD broadcast is available as well for $14.99.

The full schedule for all games has been posted online, so check it out and determine when you'll tune in this weekend. What are you most excited to watch?