SA Gaming News Wrap

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There’s really only one major event (made up of three components) that was on everyone’s lips this past week. rAge. There are a few things coming up now that the really Awesome gaming expo is over. So let’s keep you informed shall we?

rAge 2013

This year’s edition of rAge is getting more in depth coverage elsewhere on the site, so we’ll just direct you to the photographs and mention that while the next-generation of consoles are imminent, last year’s edition of rAge felt a better one than this. There was plenty to enjoy, but the selection of games on display was a bit of a disappointment, but the cosplay this year was outstanding. But, as always, it was good to see a few old friends, as well as meet a few new ones.

The photos (kinda) in chronological order:

For an alternative take on this year’s rAge, you can check out the tattoo themed photos by Pricked in SA. You might spot a zombie. Or at least zombie limbs.

Keep your eye out for interviews and coverage of specific elements over the coming days.

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MSSA AGM

It’s a while away still, but if you want to actually change things rather than sitting moaning from the sidelines, the MSSA AGM will be on 8 December 2013 after the SA National Championships are finished at the University of Witwatersrand.

Should you want to stand for any of the available positions you need to be a paid-up Registered Player by the time of the AGM, and for your club to vote it needs to be fully paid-up at the time of AGM.

The following positions will be available:

  1. President
  2. Vice President in charge of Umpiring
  3. General Secretary
  4. Women’s desk
  5. Computer Gaming Representative
  6. Figure Gaming Representative
  7. Card Gaming Representative
  8. National Schools Director
  9. Disabled Gamer’s Representative

Also – according to the Press Release – “a new Player’s Representative has to be elected, such position is not elected by the member clubs, but is instead directly elected by shall be elected by Registered Players who are in standing and who are fully-paid-up, and who have senior Provincial, National, and Protea Colours . It should be noted that the Player’s Representative shall have Protea Colours, and shall have represented South Africa in an International Competition, and shall not be over 30 years of age at the time of such election.”

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Upcoming Events

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For more events happening this October, head here.

You can find out about even more events happening in South Africa in our (new and improved) events calendar. If you want all the news about goings on in South Africa, simply click on the SA flag to be whisked to the most comprehensive coverage of South African gaming that you will find on the internet. You may just be surprised by how much is happening around the country.

Know of anything gaming related happening or happened in South Africa? Drop us an email at info@zombiegamer.co.za and we will do our best to cover it.