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MLG Las Vegas Championships 2006

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MLG Las Vegas Championships 2006
League Information
Event TypeOffline
Prize Pool$180,000 (4v4)
Start Date2006-11-18
End Date2006-11-19

The MLG Las Vegas Championships were the final event of the 2006 MLG post-season, taking place at the Red Rock Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada from November 18-19, 2006. Halo 2 was played in 4v4 and FFA/1v1 tournaments, alongside Super Smash Bros. Melee.


Eight teams. A $100,000 cash prize on the line. Finishing outside of the top 3 meant going home with nothing. Final Boss looked to improve on their performance by bringing in OGRE3, older brother of the Ogre twins, as a coach. They came out strong in the first round, taking out FBI GamerGraffix.com 3-1. Carbon followed suit, sweeping Shook on3 gaming. Str8 Rippin took out Storm Ventures 3-1, while LeGendZ pulled off a mild upset, taking a five game series over XiT Woundz. In the following round, Final Boss destroyed LeGendZ while Carbon destroyed Str8 Rippin. In the first round of Losers', two big upsets happened, with FBI GamerGraffix taking out XiT Woundz in 5 games and Shook on3 gaming taking out Storm Ventures in 4. Both of the underdog teams, however, were taken out in the following round by Str8 Rippin and LeGendZ. Str8 then swept LeGendz, guaranteeing themselves at least $30,000, and awaited the loser of the WB Final. In the WB Final, Carbon once again got the upper hand on Final Boss, taking them out in a 4 game series. Final Boss decimated Str8 in the LB Finals to earn a rematch, but were unable to overcome the deficit, losing to Carbon in 10 games. Carbon were crowned the 2006 National Halo Champions, and the first National Champion team not to feature the Ogres and Walshy.

In the 1v1 tournament, Karma looked to build upon his unprecedented eight event winning streak and turn it into a National Championship. He came out strong from the FFA portion, seizing the #1 seed for the 1v1s. He first defeated KillerN 15-10 before decimating OGRE2 15-2. He then took out StrongSide 15-7 in the WB Final and defeated him again in the Grand Final to be crowned the National FFA Champion and take a $10,000 cash prize.



  • Closed bracket
    • Top 8 teams after New York Playoffs invited
    • Double-Elimination, best of 5 series
      • Extended Series rule: best of 11 series starting 3-0, 3-1 or 3-2 based on result of previous meeting


  • Closed bracket
    • All players from invited teams invited
    • FFA round robin until 8 players remain
    • 8 seeded 1v1 bracket to determine champion
    • Double-Elimination, single game series
      • Extended Series rule: best of 3 series starting 1-0 based on result of previous meeting


4v4 Results

A total of $84,250 USD in prize money was awarded.

Place Prize (USD) Seed Team Roster
Gold.png 1st $100,000 2 Carbonlogo std.png Carbon ShocKWav3GandhiGH057ayameTrue_KarmaxXx
Silver.png 2nd $50,000 1 FBlogo std.png Final Boss WalshyOGRE1OGRE2SaiyanOGRE3
Bronze.png 3rd $30,000 3 Str8logo std.png Str8 Rippin TsquaredAYBFonziFoulacyCpt Anarchy
4th - 5 LGZlogo std.png LeGendZ DefyVashMackStrongSide
5th - 8 Logo std2.png FBI GamerGraffix.com MackeoVictory_XSlimTupacElamite
6th - 7 Logo std2.png Shook on3 gaming DaRk_VeGeTTohslightkingPyrocyShook_On3
7th - 6 SVlogo std.png Storm Ventures RambyLegitNadedPoon
8th - 4 Logo std2.png XiT Woundz BonfireItwasluckKillerNSamurai

1v1/Free-For-All Results

Championship Level 2

A total of $5,275 USD in prize money was awarded.

Place Prize (USD) Seed Player
Gold.png 1st $10,000 1 True_Karma
Silver.png 2nd $5,000 3 StrongSide
Bronze.png 3rd $3,000 7 Walshy
4th - 5 OGRE2
5th-6th - 6 Naded
5th-6th - 8 KillerN
7th-8th - 2 Legit
7th-8th - 4 AYBFonzi


4v4 Championship Bracket

  Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Grand Final
Winner's bracket
  FBlogo std.png FB 3
  Logo std2.png FBI GamerGraffix.com 1
  FBlogo std.png FB 3
  LGZlogo std.png LGZ 0
  LGZlogo std.png LGZ 3
  Logo std2.png XiT WoundZ 2
  FBlogo std.png FB 1
  Carbonlogo std.png Carbon 3
  Str8logo std.png Str8 3
  SVlogo std.png SV 1
  Str8logo std.png Str8 0
  Carbonlogo std.png Carbon 3
  Logo std2.png Shook On3 Gaming 0   Carbonlogo std.png Carbon 6 *
  Carbonlogo std.png Carbon 3   FBlogo std.png FB 4
Loser's bracket
  Str8logo std.png Str8 3
  Logo std2.png FBI GamerGraffix.com 3
  Logo std2.png FBI GamerGraffix.com 1   FBlogo std.png FB 3
  Logo std2.png XiT WoundZ 2   Str8logo std.png Str8 3
  Str8logo std.png Str8 0
  LGZlogo std.png LGZ 0
  LGZlogo std.png LGZ 3
  SVlogo std.png SV 1
  Logo std2.png Shook On3 Gaming 2
  Logo std2.png Shook On3 Gaming 3

1v1 Championship Bracket

  Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Grand Final
Winner's bracket
  Karma 15
  Killer N 10
  Karma 15
  OGRE 2 2
  OGRE 2 15
  Fonzi 7
  Karma 15
  StrongSide 7
  StrongSide 15
  Naded 8
  StrongSide 15
  Walshy 11
  Walshy 15   Karma 2
  Legit 12   StrongSide 0
Loser's bracket
  Walshy 15
  Killer N 15
  Killer N 7   StrongSide 15
  Fozni 14   Walshy 15
  Walshy 4
  OGRE 2 13
  OGRE 2 15
  Naded 15
  Naded 6
  Legit 5



  • MLG Pro Circuit - Episode 7
  • Compilation of Event VoD
    • LB Round 2 - Str8 Rippin vs. FBI GamerGraffix.com (excerpt)
    • LB Round 3 - Str8 Rippin vs. LeGendZ
    • WB Finals - Final Boss vs. Carbon
    • LB Finals - Final Boss vs. Str8 Rippin
    • Grand Finals - Final Boss vs. Carbon




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