Posted on January 10th, 2014
Exciting news for those who love Halo! Yet another special guest from the gaming community will be joining us at Gamers for Giving 2014! Bonnie “Xena” Burton will be on site managing this year’s Halo 4 tournament!
At the young age of 12, Bonnie Burton became Major League Gaming’s first professional female gamer in Halo. She competed in the league for five years before turning her attention to marketing, where she’s spent the last five years assisting various companies at major gaming trade shows across the US. Aside from her experience as a competitive player, Bonnie was selected as G4TV’s E3 Booth Babe in 2010, and has been featured for her skills as a gamer in publications ranging from Wired and USA Today, to ESPN and MTV’s True Life series.
Don’t worry, Halo players. Bonnie will be participating in this year’s Gamers for Giving as the head moderator for our Halo 4 tournament. You won’t have to worry about running up against her in the brackets.
We hope to see you at Gamers for Giving 2014 on February 8th & 9th! Halo 4 Team Passes can be purchased here.