MLG, International eSports Group (IEG), and the Korean eSports Association (KeSPA), today announced the MvP (MLG vs. Proleague) Invitational. The event will feature 48 of the world’s best StarCraft II players including the top 24 ranked StarCraft II Players in KeSPA’s Proleague, 12 players from North America, six players from Europe and six players from Korea /Taiwan.

“We are excited to unveil the MvP Invitational as the next step in our multi-year global partnership with KeSPA, a collaboration that aims to further bridge the Western and Korean StarCraft worlds,” said Sundance DiGiovanni, CEO of Major League Gaming. “This flagship competitive program guarantees that top StarCraft II players from KeSPA’s Proleague will compete LIVE at the MLG Fall Championship in Dallas. We plan to expand MvP and roll out new programs in 2013.”

“IEG will continue to contribute to various events between KeSPA players and international players,” said Jae Myung Lee, President of IEG. “With the successful launch of the MvP Invitational, we will make an effort to provide high-quality content around the world.”

Broadcasts of the competition begin September 24 at with matches airing weekly.