Panda Global Signs Kitana Prime and Hayatei, Plans for NetherRealm Ranking System

By on March 2, 2017 at 2:30 pm
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Panda Global is making big moves lately. Having already developed their own Smash ranking system, they are now setting their sights on NetherRealm Studios games in a big way.

Today saw the signing of Montreal-based Mortal Kombat player Hayatei, alongside Florida-based player and tournament organizer KitanaPrime.

Also announced today is that the gaming organization is creating a NetherRealm Studios ranking system, with more information on that coming soon. Presumably, this system will encompass both Mortal Kombat and Injustice.

Source: Panda Global (Twitter)

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