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The Kinect Sports Rivals World Championship kicks off April 8 with a grand prize of $10,000, Microsoft announced today.

Anyone with undeniable skills at gesticulating wildly in the air like a madman can now signup to participate in the global competition on the game?s official website (signups begin March 28 for those of you in Brazil). The World Championship itself begins April 8 in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Australia, and Brazil, and April 11 in Europe in three categories: wake racing, climbing, and bowling.

The competition itself will conclude during San Diego Comic-Con this July. In addition the 1st Place prize of $10,000, there?s also a $5,000 2nd Place prize, a $2,500 3rd Place prize, $1,000 4th Place prize, and a $500 prize for anyone who places in 5th through 11th.

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Kinect Sports Rivals World Championship awarding the best at fake sports $10,000

By Chris Holzworth | 03/24/2014 01:25 PM PT

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The Kinect Sports Rivals World Championship kicks off April 8 with a grand prize of $10,000, Microsoft announced today.

Anyone with undeniable skills at gesticulating wildly in the air like a madman can now signup to participate in the global competition on the game?s official website (signups begin March 28 for those of you in Brazil). The World Championship itself begins April 8 in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Australia, and Brazil, and April 11 in Europe in three categories: wake racing, climbing, and bowling.

The competition itself will conclude during San Diego Comic-Con this July. In addition the 1st Place prize of $10,000, there?s also a $5,000 2nd Place prize, a $2,500 3rd Place prize, $1,000 4th Place prize, and a $500 prize for anyone who places in 5th through 11th.

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