Last night IeSF, The International Olympic Committee and KeSPA sat down to discuss the future of eSports. The panelists shared their points for discussion as we, hopefully, look towards a bright future. But do we need their recognition?
In a recent fishing trip I was shown the solution to attracting ladies into gaming
After much public scrutiny, an International eSports body is now paving the way for gender equality.
The upcoming IesF World eSports Championship showcases how little an international or national federation is required for eSports
MSSA has a policy that it believes promotes women in eSports, but does it really just undermine them?
The MSSA recently reported that South Africa is now one of the top 10 eSports countries in the world. This unfortunately is not true
The recent Dota 2 standoff between Mexico and south Africa was a bit of a farce. It’s time to make this right. This is how.
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 MSSA is giving its members the chance to become a referee at the IeSF.
This week in eSports StarCraft 2 has stolen the limelight once again, lots happening around the IeSF World Championships and South Africans take on the internationals in a racing sim.
Registrations are open for the 2012 MSSA S.A National LAN eSports Championships, this serves as part of the selection process for the 2013 IeSF World Championships and open to any registered players.
The MSSA is asking local gamers to make suggestions for five new titles to be played at the IeSF World Championships next year.