Kanye West has shut the inauguration of the “Call of Duty XP” convention, a two-day event celebrating the famous Activism Blizzard Inc shoot-’em-up video game franchise, with an explosive concert inside a hangar on the old airfield where Howard Hughes built the Spruce Goose. West’s performance included hits such as “Gold Digger” and “Love Lock Down”.
According to the report, Kanye West joined a number of times throughout the show by twenty scantily en-wrap female dancers, kicked off this Saturday exhibition by ascending more than 5 stories above the gaggle on a platform inside the cavernous space. Before, the hangar stage delivered as the final battleground for a “Call of Duty” tournament that awarded $1 million in prize money.
The 4 man group ‘Optic Gaming’ from the United States overthrew 31 other teams from across the globe to win the event’s single-elimination “Modern Warfare 3” tournament.
William “BigTymer” Johnson, Blake “Vengeance2T” Campbell, Joseph “Merc SD” DeLuca and Matthew “NaDeSHoT” Haag defeated the United Kingdom team Til Infinity to take home the $400,000 grand prize.
“This is definitely the most that we’ve ever won.”
“Call of Duty” devotees affiliated at the extravaganza for a fluky to play the multiplayer mode of “Modern Warfare 3” spar on paintball fields modeled after “Modern Warfare 2” levels, drift over the event on a zipline, zoom around an barrier course in a Jeep and grab grub from an eatery resembling the game’s fictitious Burger Town fast-food chain.
Check out amateur footage of Kanye West and Kid Cudi’s performance at Call of Duty XP 2011 in LA: