This past weekend five South African teams took part in the WESG Middle East and Africa Qualifiers. The weekend’s action proved one thing – South Africa is getting closer, and closer to the world stage.
WESG have released details regarding their upcoming Middle East and African Qualifiers in Dubai. While we await a schedule, groups, times, streams, and more, we can enjoy the luxurious accommodation our South African teams will be staying at.
Four South African teams will be heading to Dubai next week to take part in the WESG LAN Qualifier for Dota 2 and CS:GO. The top three teams from each qualifier will head to the main event in China later this year.
Another wild international qualifier has appeared, this time for both CS:GO and Dota 2. South Africa will form part of the Africa and Middle East qualifiers for the World Electronic Sports Games with a prize pool of $3.7 million.
Tonight the Southern Barbarians play their first matches in the E-Frag World Cup African Qualifiers for CS:GO. They will take on Egypt and Tunisa in their effort to qualify for the $150,000 Championship.
Bravado Gaming have parted ways with Heroes of The Storm, and it’s about time. Overshadowed by CS:GO and Dota 2, Blizzard’s failed eSport has lost one of its strongest South African teams.
BlackpoisoN, who spent a year in Sweden chasing the CS:GO dream, has returned to South Africa to accept his previous spot in Bravado Gaming. BlackpoisoN will replace longtime Bravado Gaming allumnai Deviant.
Catch the Grand Final’s of the Vodacom Gamer’s Fest this Sunday at 12:00 as Bravado Gaming take on CarboN eSports. Both teams will be competing for their share of R67 500 and R15 000 in hardware.
Bravado Gaming were crowned champions at the GWZA Century Cup this past weekend. All the action took place live from the Orena studio (RoBoHoBo’s apartment) in Century City, Cape Town. In case you were too busy wasting money on Valentine’s Day, here’s a full recap of what you missed.
ViNCO Gaming made their international debut this weekend at the Halo 5 World Championships. Unfortunately they struggled to make it out of the group stages, a recurring theme among most South African teams who dare to enter the International realm of eSports. Now the question is, do we deserve to participate in international events?
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Bravado Gaming retain their number one spot in South Africa as they take down Energy eSports in the MSI Laziest Gamer Heroes of the Storm tournament last night. In case you missed it, here’s the low down.