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Hey all I'll be running a SMALL (depending on entrants) Tournament on February 24 at 5:00PM EST that will be 2v2 all proceeds will be donated to a Charity (TBD) related towards Black History month! HMU in comments and on PSN @ Shapeless Tamer. 

The Tournament is as specified 2v2 Best of 3.

Characters will be Winner Locked so as follows, (M1 = Blind, M2 Loser Chance to change) ETC until a team wins 2.

Thanks all and STAY TAME!

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