USA Rock Paper Scissors League

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The United States of America Rock Paper Scissors League is a national competition league for the hand game rock paper scissors. The first national champion was crowned on 9 April 2006 at the USARPS League Championship, which was held at the Mandalay Bay Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada and televised by the A&E Network on 12 June. The champion was awarded a $50,000 cash prize.

The 2007 USARPS League National Championship aired on ESPN2 on 7 July. Trey Wingo and Master Roshambollah hosted, Leeann Tweeden was the tableside reporter, and Phil Gordon was the head referee. Jamie Langridge, of Odessa, Texas, beat David Borne in the final match to win first place and the $50,000 grand prize. Contestants came from across the nation to compete in Las Vegas.

The league was developed by marketer Matti Leshem, who as of 2009 remained the league's commissioner.[1]


  1. ^ Alana Semuels (21 March 2009). "Rock, paper, tournament". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 16 June 2014. 

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