Current members of the Frag Dolls tearfully announce who will join Ubisoft's all-women professional video game team: Renelly Morel of Brooklyn, N.Y., and Alyson Craghead of Mesa, Ariz.
After the announcement of the winners in the Frag Dolls audition, one of the winners hugs a current member of the team.
Members of the Frag Dolls audition jury consult during a break in the all-weekend auditions in San Rafael, Calif., on April 2, 2006.
Alyson Craghead was named one of the two winners of the Frag Dolls auditions in San Rafael, Calif., on April 2, 2006. Craghead is known as one of the best "Halo 2" players in the world.
Frag Dolls candidate Monica Inderlied, a 21-year-old from Norman, Okla., waits to be grilled by the jury during the all-weekend audition in San Rafael, Calif., on April 2, 2006.
Alyson Craghead and Renelly Morel, the two winners of slots on the Frag Dolls team, pose together after hearing the exciting news.
Juror Gus Sorola, also a member of the Rooster Teeth Productions team that makes the popular video series "Red vs Blue," consults his notes during the jury's deliberations about who the new Frag Dolls members will be.