Major League Gaming Executive Vice President Adam Apicella has flagged interest in adding Injustice: Gods Among Us to an expanding line-up for MLG's upcoming Championship event in Anaheim.

MLG previously featured NetherRealm Studios' Mortal Kombat in their 2012 Pro Circuit Line-Up [full story], but infamously dropped fighting games after the Fall Championship in November of the same year.

MLG's EVP clearly has his eye back in the fighting genre, also citing Xbox One exclusive Killer Instinct and Street Fighter [IV] as expansion titles of interest. MLG currently features Super Smash Bros. Melee and Warner Brothers DC MOBA Infinite Crisis.

Injustice already has the support of a majority of competitive tournaments, with the DC fighter slated for a second year at the Evo World Championship in July [full story]. MLG's Anaheim Championship takes place in June.

Are you excited by the prospect of Gods Among Us bringing NetherRealm Studios back to MLG? Register to show your support and share your thoughts on the forums. Revisit the MLG Kombat era on the Gameplay & Matchmaking forum!