Tag: MettleState

Press Release | Vodacom launches esports hub at Vodacom World

VODACOM LAUNCHES ESPORTS HUB AT VODACOM WORLD AND ANNOUNCES FIRST COMPETITION Hot on the heels of the announcement of their title sponsorship of rAge, Vodacom has just made another announcement reaffirming their involvement in and support of the South African gaming and esports scene. Vodacom will be introducing an esports hub at Vodacom World, the brand’s Flagship Digital Mall located…

Press Release | Republic of Gamers Invitational launches as South Africa’s richest short form CS:GO tournament

Republic of Gamers Invitational launches as South Africa’s richest short form CS:GO tournament. South Africa’s CSGO elite and the nation’s top qualifying teams will compete for R150, 000 and the honour of lifting the ROG Invitational Trophy in the presence of 35,000 rAge attendees at the Ticketpro Dome on the 27th to the 29th of September. #ROGINVITATIONAL #BEUNSTOPPABLE #JOINTHEREPUBLIC KEY…

Esports added to the Cape Town 10s [Esports Central]

Mettlestate are hosting a Counter-Strike event at the upcoming Cape Town 10s. However, before the two male and two female teams reach that point, there’s the matter of an online qualifying tournament. And registrations for that close on 11 January. Your time is running out teams. Online qualifying matches start on 14 January. The Cape Town 10s – “one of the world’s biggest and most…

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…

Energy Esports is the season one ASTRO CoD Champion [Esports Central Post]

It took six matches over the course of a day to determine the champion in Mettlestate’s first Call of Duty tournament. Energy Esports stood tallest, going through the double elimination playoffs undefeated to secure the lion’s share of the cash prize pool. The Energy Esports team faced their old rivals Bravado Gaming in the grand final of the R50,000 ASTRO CoD Championship. Continue reading this…