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|Victor De Leon III|
|Born||May 6, 1998|
|Hometown||Long Island, New York|
|League||Major League Gaming|
|Games||Halo: Combat Evolved
Call of Duty
|Organizer||Victor De Leon II|
Victor De Leon III a.k.a. Lil Poison (born May 6, 1998) is a former professional Halo player. He is recognized by Guinness Book of World Records as the youngest professional video game player. Born on Long Island, New York, Lil Poison became the youngest pro gamer at the age of 6 years old when a gaming league signed him as a professional gamer. At the age of seven, he placed 2nd at a Halo 2 FFA tournament which over 550 contestants competed. Lil Poison is enrolled in the 2008, 2009, 2010 Guinness Book of World Records and the Guinness Book of World Records Gamer's Edition.
Lil Poison's gaming franchise of choice is Halo, but has competed for the following games:
- Halo: Combat Evolved
- Halo 2
- Halo 3
- Halo: Reach
- Call of Duty
- UFC 2009 Undisputed
- Which include national leagues, local events, and challenges. Lil Poison has appeared in media appearances such as 60 Minutes, The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Latina, G4Tv, Nickelodeon, Mickey and many more.
The HBO Latino Film Festival premiered Lil Poison, a documentary film filmed and directed by Beth Earl of Massive Productions. The film is about the life of Lil Poison and how he started and continues video gaming around the country.
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