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SA Gaming News Wrap

It’s been a quiet week in the local gaming scene. While Rush has gone batty with tournament announcements and E3 has drawn all the usual attention, it’s just felt a little dead locally. But that’s the nature of the beast really. It’s probably about to get a whole lot busier soon. Here are a few local gaming articles from elsewhere…

Registrations open for Evetech Champions League [Esports Central Post]

Mettlestate has announced details of their upcoming Evetech Champions League for CS:GO. The announcement followed their show match featuring the CS:GO Legends and Leetpro Esports on Sunday night. The Seasons The Evetech Champions League will boast a R50,000 cash prize pool per season, with a total of four promised. The Evetech and Lenovo sponsored tournament series will feature 16 teams. These top 16 teams will…

SA Gaming News Wrap

Let’s dispense with the niceties and get right into it shall we? There’s still a little time left to pick up an Xbox One 1TB bundle for a discounted price. Details can be found here. Dota 2 teams also have very little time to get registered for the Mettlestate ASUS ROG Cup. Only today (7 June) until 12pm still in…

SA Gaming News Wrap

Another week, another South African Gaming News Wrap. We do it because we can and care. From today (31 May) at 2pm, you can catch a couple of local FIFA players strutting their stuff against the best in the world in the FIFA eWorld Cup Global Series Playoffs in Amsterdam. No, you don’t have to go to Holland to watch.…

SA Gaming News Wrap

If you’re into gaming and geek culture, then this coming weekend is the one for you. There is plenty on the horizon and it’s almost happening all over the country. Details can be found below, but let’s kick off with local articles you may have missed recently: Zombiegamer: Souzern Lions brings FACEIT to South Africa Zombiegamer: CS:GO Evetech Champions League and show…