Three venue-based qualifiers and one online qualifier for South Africa in the Red Bull Campus Clutch.
Students from more than 50 countries will represent their campus and battle for supremacy in a truly global competition for the new esports phenomenon, VALORANT.
Red Bull Hit the Streets champs for Street Fighter V and Tekken 7 crowned.
Young FIFA player becomes the first African esports athlete for Red Bull in Africa.
To the victors go the spoils in this 2v2 CS:GO tournament.
Red Bull Flick announced for CS:GO players. 2v2 tournament offers gaming monitors to the winning team.
Cape Town, November 2019 – In an attempt to separate the Street Fighter V imposters from the true warriors, Jabhi ‘JabhiM’ Mabuza was crowned the first-ever Red Bull Hit the Streets national champion after an intense battle with Sunny Sahota at the finals last night. The event took place at the Red Bull Music Studios in the city centre of…
Johannesburg, 5 November 2019: World number one Street Fighter player, Tshunehiro “Gachikun” Kanamori is to join local gamers and handover the winner’s trophy at the Red Bull Hit the Streets finals taking place in Cape Town on Thursday 07 November. Gachikun first got into gaming with the release of Street Fighter IV at Japanese arcades – playing the ‘Sagat’ character…
Johannesburg, 18 September 2019 – Street Fighters Rise Up! Red Bull Hit the Streets will separate the Street Fighter V imposters from the true warriors, with the ultimate champion getting the opportunity to compete in the South African final, which takes place on 7 November 2019 in Cape Town. The winner of this national final will head to the Red…
A trip overseas up for grabs in the Street Fighter V tournament series.