Another week, another SA Gaming News Wrap. It’s like sands in the hourglass. It’s like the days of our lives. Or maybe not.
- Zombiegamer: Profiled: Digicodes
- Zombiegamer: Win R200 CheapCodes Credit
- LazyGamer: Win a copy of The Order:1886, and more!
- Lazygamer: Advanced Warfare Tournament Bracket
- MWEB GameZone: Win a Razer Naga Epic Chroma Wireless MMO Gaming Mouse
- Telkom Gaming: DGL Summer Leg Transfer Window Open
- Telkom Gaming: Introducing In the Spotlight [Clans]
Sales & Discounts
Kalahari.com is selling a PS4 controller and camera bundle for R1,599, meaning a saving of R400. The special is only on for a week (we suggest completing the purchase by close of day on Friday) and you will need to “add the PS4 Dual Shock 4 Wireless Controller and the PS4 camera to your basket in order to qualify for the discount. Your order will be discounted to R1599.”
Head here to make your purchase.
Orena has announced a collaboration with the Mzanzi University Gaming League to host a League of Legends University League. The league will be called the Pinnacle University League and has already kicked off, with 11 teams participating until 23 May.
You can keep up with the results and standings here.
Meanwhile, the CS: GO ‘Battle for the Throne’ tournament has reached its semi-final stage which sees eN.Heat face Damage Control and Bravado battle Eternal Conflict for a place in the final.
In the Dota 2 tournament, the team cap has been increased from 32 to 64 following the original cap being reached a week before registrations closed. Register your team here to avoid disappointment. Registrations are also still open for the Call of Duty Advanced Warfare tournament on Xbox One.
Finally, the busy organisation is also running a competition in conjunction with The Division. Up for grabs is an AMD FX8320 3.5GHz CPU. To enter (by Friday 20 February), follow the instructions as laid out here.
The 360 Lounge
No date of the re-opening has been suggested, but the venue is promising updates.
The TTSA crew is offering something a little different from the usual drifting events. Starting Monday 23 February and running every Monday evening thereafter, street racing will be the focus. Well, virtual street racing in Forza 4.
The ‘Street Outlaws’ series will be a competitive one with credits up for grabs (and required for a buy-in). If you’re keen to show off your inner speed demon, head here for details.
The tournament is scheduled for 7 and 8 March and offers prizes such as Microsoft Points, Gunnar glasses and a “SECRET” prize.
Interested participants must email firstname.lastname@example.org with their full name, gamertag and clan (if you happen to be part of one of course).
More details are promised in the coming weeks.
- FIFAChamps are back at Lounge, Relax, Play on Saturday (21 February). FIFA 15 is the game and the platform is PS3. R50 entry with R1,000 first prize. Details are available here.
- On Saturday from 1pm, Games On in Rondebosch, CT is hosting their second Game-a-thon event. Entry is R60 and the event will feature a number of games across a number of platforms. Details can be found here.
- On Saturday 28 February we will be at Trenchtown hosting a FIFA 15 tournament. Everything you need to know about the event can be found here.
You can find out about even more events happening in South Africa in our 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.
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