LiL Poison is the Youngest Pro Gamer in the World! Victor De Leon III started video gaming at the age of two years old! LiL Poison started competing at the age of 4 years old at a local New York Halo Tournament.
At the age of six MLG recruiters signed LiL Poison as a Pro Gamer and officially made LiL Poison the youngest signed professional gamer in the world. At 6 years old LiL Poison proved to the world that his title of, professional gamer wasn't just a fluke. At the largest free-for-all competition ever held, he placed 2nd out of 550 other contestants.
At the age of 9 years old LiL Poison competed in a 1vs1 Boost Mobile Challenge and qualified for the Championships in Las Vegas. He entered the event seated 1st place out of over 3500 gamers. He placed 3rd place overall. Besides the Boost Challenge LiL Poison has participated in three one verses one challenges in 2007 and was unbeaten at every event in which over 200 challengers participated.
LiL Poison has participated in over 250 National and Local events since he was 4 years old. For Halo CE, Halo 2, and now Halo 3.
LiL Poisons earliest National Tournament achievement was at the age of 5 years old. LiL Poison placed top 64 in MLG's first National events for Halo CE. Placing him in the NYC Championships.
LiL Poison was awarded the MLG Break Out player for 2005.
Latest publicity includes being placed in the Guinness Book of World Record, the Guinness Gamers Edition and Latina Magazine naming him one of the top 20 Latinos of 2007.
Massive Productions, is currently producing a full-length documentary on LiL Poison, intended for theatrical release and due out early next year. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in learning in more about the project or if you're looking to obtain game play footage for broadcast.