Energy eSports have opened their doors to Overwatch inviting E.D.E.N, the winners of the Orena Champions Series Season 1. Two of six players already represent Energy for League of Legends, making this one a no-brainer.
This weekend I was lucky enough to experience European CS:GO first hand as I attended Copenhagen Games with Energy eSports. The experiece was surreal and it opened my eyes to just how dedicated and passionate Europeans are when it comes to eSports and CS:GO. We still have a long road ahead of us.
This weekend at the rAge expo Cape Town Energy eSports will hold their first Academy. If you’re interested in upping your game or shoutcasting this will be the place to be.
Later this month Energy eSports will be attending the Copenhagen Games in Denmark. You could stand a chance to accompany Energy eSports to Copenhagen.
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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Energy’s apparent absence from the Telkom DGL Master Series launch was noted by many. We now have the official comment from Energy eSports regarding the issue.
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.
Bravado Gaming hope to retain their number one spot as they take on Energy eSports in the MSI Laziest Gamers Heroes of the Storm tournament. Tune in tonight at 20:00.
At least one competition was done right. Heroes of the Storm’s Grand Final was a fantastic showcase between South Africa’s best two teams. Bravado Gaming took out Energy eSports to be crowned champions of South Africa’s very first Heroes of the Storm Tournament.
Energy eSports have added a Heroes of The Storm team to their official roster. The team is comprised of familliar faces within the South African MOBA scene, including members of their former Dota 2 team.