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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…

Registrations closing soon for Mettlestate League entries [Esports Central Post]

South African Call of Duty, Overwatch and PUBG players have until 11 January 2019 to register their teams for the Smartcall leagues. The leagues are born from the recent R10 million partnership agreement announced between Mettlestate and Smartcall. A total prize pool of R10,000 per title is on offer across ‘Pro’ and ‘Open’ divisions. The prize pool breakdown can be found below. The…

VS Gaming registrations now open for 2019 season [Esports Central Post]

VS Gaming have announced that registrations are now open for their 2019 league season(s). The announcement reveals changes to season structures and the departure of two old stalwart titles in Hearthstone and Battlefield 4. Battlefield is completely gone (for now at least), while Hearthstone is essentially replaced by Artifact. Other key changes for 2019 sees a “redistribution of prizes to aid community…

ESWC Africa announced… for North Africa [Esports Central Post]

ESWC Africa for CS:GO has (recently) been announced but it is only open to selected North African countries. Of course, the exclusion of South Africa has not gone down particularly well with some players in the community. Many have questioned why this exclusion occurred. Some have accused apparent missteps by Orena during the 2017 qualifiers as a reason. However, while Orena’s Luca Tucconi has officially admitted…