Yes! 2013! I have all these New Year’s resolutions! Oh wait… I don’t. Moving on then, due to a very disappointing lack of interest (shame on you) in a Medal of Honor: Warfighter and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 league, Do Gaming has cancelled them for both these titles.
According to this update on Do Gaming neither these titles reached the required number of entries, in fact “Very few teams had entered”. In other words, no one cared, not even a little bit. But, this would seemingly have no impact on the success of the other titles. Do Gaming has announced their line up of Premier Titles, which will receive the most coverage from them and their League Titles. I found it interesting to see that Call of Duty 4 has made the list even after the rumours that the game had died out and would not be included in the leagues this year and Modern warfare, despite it’s huge success last year did not. It would seem that all the Modern Warfare 3 players have moved on to Black Ops 2.
Robert ‘iNFy’ Hart, the Do Gaming League director assures us that the Do Gaming League provides both highly competitive and more casual leagues.
“We’ve rated each of the games in the league as either ‘highly competitive’ or ‘casual’, so that gamers know which to enter. We have gamers who are looking for a highly competitive league as well as gamers who are looking for a social league. The DGL provides both.” He said.
Take a look at the titles confirmed for the league this year, they include (as requested by the community) FIFA 13 on Xbox 360.
• Counter-Strike: GO
• DotA 2
• League of Legends
• Call of Duty: Black Ops 2
• Battlefield 3
• Call of Duty 4
• Medal of Honor: Warfighter (Cancelled)
• Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 (Cancelled)
• Starcraft II (1v1)
• Starcraft II (2v2)
• Quake Live (1v1)
• Quake Live (2v2)
• FIFA 13 – PC
• FIFA 13 – PS3
• FIFA 13 – Xbox 360 (Registrations extended to 13 January)
• Gran Turismo
• Forza 4
All registrations are still open until 13 January, if you’re interested in joining, you can check out the Do Gaming League website.
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