Last week in Grifball…
Summer League ’11 began for the AGLA. The leagues did separate into Amateur and Pro, with the Pro league sporting only 8 teams – some of which do not hold the right to be called Pro in the eyes of many players.
Despite the great debate, the league hammered on as a traditional, non-ladder format. However, the finishing touches were being placed on the Ladder League Beta to see if it would be plausible for upcoming seasons. Menz and Hawk had no timeframe on its release, but it was released on August 1st. For mor information on the ladder, check out Grifball.info.
The GGL is getting deeper into the playoffs, and with only a few hiccups the playoffs have trucked on. You can find the GGL playoff bracket here.
The opening day of the Grifball Racing League (GRL) arrived on Wednesday, July 27th. With Mongoose races and Warthogs races, participants seemed very pleased with the result, with the exception of Greenhorn who raged quit. The next racing night should be this coming Wednesday so look forward to that and more information from the HUB.
Halo Waypoint is running a contest entitled Heroes Never Die where participants can use Machinima, Forge, or Images to display their love and dedication to the Halo saga. Two of our very own HUB staff has submissions. Goosecheck’a Image submission can be found here, and NuclearTaco 42’s Machinima submission is here. Voting is through Facebook, so make sure you show our Grifballers support by voting for them! In addition, Halo Waypoint is running a contest on Twitter to give away 20 3-day PAX badges. You can follow Halo Waypoint on Twitter here.
That’s it for Last Week in Grifball. Make sure you tune-in to the Grifball Hubcast every Monday night, read and comment on our articles and follow us on Twitter! Until next week, play your games and don’t be a douche!