Mweb Gamezone has announced what it believes will “re-ignite the fires of the competitive console community” in South Africa. If everyone can agree on a ruleset of course. Yes, I said something. Now I’ll shut up and go about the business of reporting.
The ISP’s gaming arm has launched the Open Beta Black Ops 2 Ladders for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. While registration has opened, challenges only begin on 5 February, which should give everyone some time to practice… and agree on a ruleset. OK. I’ll stop now.
The open beta allows Black Ops 2 teams to play each other in an effort to find out who is the best (of the best). Teams can challenge each other on either the Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3 ladders.
So get involved. You know you want to.
Some general information from the mouth of the Mweb Gamezone team themselves:
The beta ladder will be open for challenges on the 5th of February and run until 28 February, the teams at the top of the respective ladders will be rewarded (prizes to be confirmed). The site is, however now open forregistrations between now and then to alllow players to register on the site, create teams and join the ladder.
- 18 January until 4 February – Registrations open for players and teams.
- 5 February until 28 February – Team challenges
Competitive Ladders are first, but tournaments will follow soon
The new addition marks the initiative of MWEB GameZone to get gamers connected, playing regularly and having a place to record clan and player challenges. The site features the ability to host ladders and tournaments on a regular basis. This will allow our competitive community to play regularly at a ever growing competitive level. With this system we are allowing teams to schedule constant matches via our ladder system. The tournament section will not be a featuring during our open-beta, but don’t be disheartened there will be tournaments in the near future.
Need a clan to play for?
In addition to the ladders and tournaments section in the website, players also have the opportunity to register as “Free Agents”, which then indicates that the player is need a clan. Clan captains can view free agents and invite them to their teams.
Its an Open Beta, so please give us feedback!
We encourage all of our participants to send us feedback on the site in an effort to turn this the best possible experience for you the gamer. Make sure to post on the forum should you encounter any problems or if you are have any suggestions, hey, even post if you’re liking the new addition to MWEB GameZone!
Here is a full link to the site: tournaments.mweb.co.za
Guides to the ladder team creation process: