Some people are born gamers. And it’s about time that their gaming skills help them make some money. At least that dream came true for Wade McGilberry, a 23-year-old gamming enthusiast from Mobile, Ala. All it took him was one and a half hours to play a perfect game in Take-Two Interactive Software Inc.’s “Major League Baseball 2K10.” And what did that earn him, you ask? Well the young man is now a million dollars richer thanks to the feat!
The game “MLB 2K10” simulates baseball as closely as possible for a home player. Even in real life baseball only 18 pitchers have been able to pitch perfect games in the history of Major League Baseball, beginning with Lee Richmond in 1880 and ending with Mark Buehrle in 2009.