‘Halo’ Is Throwing It’s 7th Annual “Play Like A Girl” Tournament For Breast Cancer

This year will be the 7th year in a row the Halo series will be a part of the FLAG Tournament. The reason for the tournament is to raise money for breast cancer research. To date the tourney has raised $27,000 for breast and cervical cancer research. Last year they raised $5000 and are hoping to shatter it this year. The tourney will run from November 16th through the 18th on Xbox Live in Halo 4. Head past the break for all the details on how you can help.

From Kari:

FLAG tournament founders Kari Toyama and Tasha Pettengill are excited to announce the 7th annual FLAG tournament to benefit breast cancer research. This year’s tournament will be held on Xbox LIVE in Halo 4, November 16th – November 18th. In 2011 the community raised over $5,000 to benefit charity and this year we need your help to raise the bar.

Event Details
2v2 Tournament
Grifball Tournament (In partnership with Grifball Hub)
Creative Bundle
• Halo 4 Screenshot Contest
• Haloshop-a-thon
• Halo 4 Forge Challenge
• Halo Fan Art Contest
• Details here: http://www.flagtournament.com/creative-bundle-contest-details/

Event Schedule
Friday, November 16 – Creative Bundle submissions open
Saturday, November 17 – 2v2 Team, Creative Bundle submissions deadline 11:59pm PST
Sunday, November 18 – Grifball

Participate
Registration is now open at http://www.flagtournament.com. There is a $10 per person, per event entry donation. All donations are collected through Razoo and go towards the fight against breast cancer.
• $20 per team for 2v2
• $40 per team for Grifball
• $10 per person for Creative Bundle (donation allows entry in all creative categories)

About FLAG
The Fight Like A Girl Tournament (FLAG) is an annual Halo tournament that raises money and awareness for breast cancer research. Hundreds of gamers come together over one weekend to have fun, play Halo, and donate to our cause.

Kari Toyama and Tasha Pettengill have organized this tournament since 2006. To date, FLAG has raised over $27,000 for breast and cervical cancer research.

Source: Halo