Tag: Bravado Gaming

Crazy Call of Duty LAN Tournament

Bravado Gaming have announced the next event at their Bunker. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will feature on 7 March with a prize pool of R15,000. This follows their FIFA and Fortnite events, and much like those, the event is aimed at introducing newer players to competitive environments. There will be a 40-player limit, with the entry fee at R250. The tournament will be…

Bravado Gaming Call of Duty are in London [Esports Central Post]

This weekend, the Bravado Gaming Call of Duty team are playing in the United Kingdom. The PlayStation 4 team will be participating in the Call of Duty World League London open bracket. On the line is a cash prize and an opportunity to face off against the world’s current top 16 professional teams. Continue reading this article originally posted on Esports Central here

Bravado Gaming brings Project Destiny to an end [Esports Central Post]

Bravado Gaming has announced that Project Destiny has come to an end, as has their successful CS:GO team. Following the recent cancellation of the crowdfunding initiative, speculation suggested the team would either be picked up by another organisation, or that a corporate saviour was on hand. In this case, it seems both options existed. An offer from Denial Esports was all too good to pass up…

Bravado Gaming take second spot at DreamHack

Bravado Gaming‘s CS:GO team has taken a well-deserved second place at the recent Dreamhack Winter 2018. The tournament saw them face a number of well-known international teams including OpTic Gaming, G2 Esports and ENCE. Having won their first two (close-fought) matches on day one of the event, the Bravado team secured their spot in Sunday’s playoff rounds. Match one on Sunday was…

SA Gaming News Wrap

We can’t help but notice all the new voices appearing in the local scene wanting to talk about South African gaming and esports. Welcome we say. Welcome to the original undead home of just that specific conversation. A few articles you may have missed this past week: Zombiegamer: VS Gaming FIFA eWorld Cup | The results are in Zombiegamer: [Photos] FanCon…

SA Gaming News Wrap

And just like that, South African esports has a new friend. Esports Central went live this week and promises to be “a central home for local esports”. That might be so, but we’re still the prettier older sibling of the bunch… We would suggest heading over and bookmarking it for your go-to-stop for esports. Zombiegamer: VS Gaming FIFA eWorld Cup Qualifier…

Updates on RSA teams @WESG | Featuring Ashley “BrinkeR” Groves

South African Gamers going to the World Electronic Sports Games The World Electronic Sports Games (WESG) takes place between March 13th and 18th, and sees over 46 different nations competing across four competitive titles for a massive prize pool of $5.5 million (R65.8 million). This event takes place in Haikou, China and a large contingent of South Africans are competing…