The Do Gaming League culminated last weekend in the DGC. A wide variety of teams from a range of clans took part in the games. While some "no name" teams and players were successful, for the most part the championships were dominated by the established names in eSports: Bravado, Energy and ROCCAT.
Everyone's a winner! Well, actually no. That's only how it works on Oprah's show, and this isn't America. So, here are the few and the proud winners.
The culmination of the Do Gaming League's (DGL) calendar is upon us. During rAge, the Do Gaming Championships (DGC) will take place, and you can be a part of the experience. In fact, you can win some Dota 2 spectating tickets and get awesome branded items!
Taking place in a designated VIP area beneath the exhibition area, The Do Gaming League Championships will take place at the rAge expo from 4-6 October. This year, more gamers are taking part, with more cash and prizes up for grabs - 600 gamers will be vying for R800 000 worth of prizes.
It appears that eSports is really taking off in South Africa. The 2013 Winter Leg registrations have closed and the Telkom Do Gaming League (DGL) has seen record number of teams and players across a variety of games.
CoolerMaster is becoming more and more involved with eSports in South Africa. After becoming the official sponsor of local StarCraft 2 pro gamer Robert “PandaTank” Botha in February this year; they’ve now sponsored a very generous chunk of cash prizes to S.A’s biggest online league, the Do Gaming League.
We’re half way into the first leg or “Summer Leg” of the Do Gaming League, South Africa’s biggest eSports league; and It’s getting easier to see who the country’s top teams are. Here’s who’s been dominating in Black Ops 2, Battlefield 3, Dota 2 and League of Legends.
Do Gaming has announced that there is a League Administrator position open for the Do Gaming League (DGL). If you’re willing to dedicate your skills to the competitive community or give up competing in the league yourself, then this is the job for you.
Week two of the Do Gaming League kicked off this Tuesday and it’s hard to believe that hundreds of matches have taken place in a matter of only ten days. Needless to say that picking out the potential dominators of the league is a tough task, the league spans across eleven titles and over 4000 entries.
When people say the Do Gaming League (DGL) is South Africa’s biggest eSports league, they aren’t kidding. Over 2000 players have entered the league spanning across 11 competitive titles. And they said our local community isn’t all that big…
So, you think you’re all that and a bag of Doritos eh? Want to test your gaming skills against competitive players, and what the hell is “competitive gaming” anyway? Let’s have a look-see.
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.
This week in eSports we’ve seen c7e crowned as the Ready.Set.GO! Champions, we interviewed GamersXtreme, MSSA gives South Africans the chance to become referees at the IeSF, Halo 4 semi finals this weekend, 2013 Do Gaming League details announced and Energy eSports launch with huge sponsors and a promising line-up.
The 2013 Do Gaming League will be the biggest and best eSports league we’ve seen from Telkom and Do Gaming since the AGASA leagues started in 2005. Seven new titles including League of Legends, Quake Live, Black Ops 2 and Dota 2 will be added to the line up.