Tekken 7 Tournament Player Turns Down Award at E3 in an Unexpected Move (VIDEO)
During the Twitch Esports Arena invitational tournament that went down during E3 last week, the fans were able to vote on Twitter for the M.V.P. of the Tekken 7 competition. A Tekken 7 tournament player from Northern California won the most votes on Twitter and was to receive a brand new T-Mobile cell phone complete with a service plan. The winner Bronson Tran turned it down though and he decided that he would rather raffle it away on Twitter.
His reasoning was pretty understandable as Tran already has a phone through AT&T and is completely satisfied with his current service plan. Tran says that he would rather raffle the prize away on Twitter to give back to the fans who had voted for him and let them have the awesome service T-Mobile provides. Some people have said that this was a bizarre reaction to winning a prize, but who really wants to switch service providers if they’re already happy with what they got? You can check out this short clip of the Tekken 7 tournament player turning down the M.V.P. award at E3 below:
They had awarded the same M.V.P. award across all the other games there at the Twitch Esports Arena event, but Tran was the only winner to turn down the prize. If you’re interested in the game that made him a winner, Tekken 7 is out now for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.
What do you think of the Tekken 7 tournament player turning down the award of a T-Mobile cell phone and service plan? Would you personally have turned it down as well? Let us know what you would do in the comment section below and then go follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter for all the hottest gaming and entertainment news 24/7. Did you know that the latest Tekken 7 update is live right now? Read all about the changes it makes to online matchmaking and more right here!
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