Bravado Gaming continue their dominant streak in the Dota 2 world as they retain their top spot after winning the Telkom DGL Masters Dota 2 tournament this past weekend.
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We’ve sent our number one Dota guy to the DGL Masters Tournament to make sure nobody misses the action.
Albeit at short notice, the DGL Dota 2 Masters tournament has been announced. Next weekend South Africa’s top eight Dota 2 teams will be battling it out for R100 000 in partnership with Telkom and Ster-Kinekor.
These are some of South Africa’s front runners in the eSports race, each adding something unique to the growing industry. Here’s a short summary on who they are, and what they do.
ESL have been opening up shop all over the world. Their most recent expansion was to Brazil, and eSports scene considerably smaller than South Africa. With the current growth of eSports in South Africa, when will ESL start paying attention?
Could the HoTS hype be dead? As it stand, against all hope, South Africa’s biggest running league has not included Heroes of The Storm for 2016. Is it participation? Competition? Or just general lack of interest. What does the future hold for South African Heroes of The Storm?
The DGL just announced the eight teams for this year’s DGL Masters, as well as a whopping R1 million prize pool for the events.
The Telkom DGL Masters launch event is tonight, and they’ve brought in international host Paul “ReDeYe” Chaloner to MC the procedings. While this name may not be known to many, it’s one you should get a bit more familiar with.
The Digital Gaming League’s independent tribual officer has delivered the verdict on Ventus Gaming who fielded an illegal player during this year’s Digital Gaming Championships.
The DGL are continuing an investigation into Ventus Gaming who may or may not have fielded an illegal player at the League of Legends tournament this past weekend. Accusations are bordering on Identity theft of a player in particular, which is a first for South African eSports.
The competitive calendar is coming to and end, and it’s time we looked back on the year and see how we can improve moving forward. Let’s hope 2016 is the year for South African eSports.