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R100K up for grabs in Kwesé Sports FIFA 17 Tournament

Kwesé Sports have launched themselves into the local eSports landscape by announcing a FIFA 17 tournament in partnership with Xbox South Africa. The tournament – dubbed African Challenge Esports (or ACE) – offers a prize pool of R100,000 split over three tournament legs. The first qualifier is at rAge in Johannesburg and will be followed by a Cape Town qualifier at…

SA Gaming News Wrap

Yip, that’s another week in the rear view mirror of SA gaming, so how about you catch up with everything you may have missed out on right here. Zombiegamer: ESWC FIFA SA Qualifiers | Details and Registration Zombiegamer: Telkom DGL | DotA2: Prem Div. Leg 4 Results Zombiegamer: Ballistix Masters | DotA2 Cup: Playoffs & Predictions GLHF: The Evetech Studio Today, Ellis Park…

SA Gaming News Wrap

There’s never a dull moment in South African gaming and this week is a fine example of that. The big news is that registrations have opened for the first Call of Duty World League affiliated South African tournament (called the MAG Cup) which features over R120,000 in prizes. Details can be found here. Meanwhile, the ESEA Season 23 CS: GO…

SA Gaming News Wrap

Another week has passed in the local gaming scene, and there is another looming. Get up to date and informed in our weekly news wrap of South African gaming. Here are a few things you may have missed from elsewhere: Zombiegamer: [Re-]Introducing ACGL and the new tournament site Zombiegamer: WESG 2016 | SA teams and players have secured spots in Dubai ACGL: Predator…

SA Gaming News Wrap

All around South Africa, there is so much happening in the local CS: GO scene, with the Predator MGMS opening qualifier two registrations, as well as tournaments by ESEA, ECL and more which you can read more about below. Sticking with CS: GO, the Southern Barbarians team in the E-Frag Word Championships sadly lost in the playoffs to the team from Tunisia…