Posted by Gavin Mannion - 11 Mar 2015

My long-running court case with Colin Webster has come to its conclusion and the end result is what I believe was an appalling decision by the judge to award Colin’s team costs even though virtually everything I posted in the original article has been proven to be fact. To draw a line under this sorry debacle this will hopefully be the last article relating to Mr Webster and his actions. The following section of this article is simply fact, followed by my personal requests to those involved.

Posted by Gavin Mannion - 09 Dec 2014

Yesterday morning I sent out a tweet asking if anyone knows of anyone who wants to buy the very best gaming website on the planet. Since then I’ve been inundated with people interested and even more so by people concerned about what is going on.

Posted by Gavin Mannion - 09 Oct 2014

I stayed out of the last IesF and MSSA rubbish with girls having their own leagues because both of those organisations are stupid and don’t really understand how to help gaming in the world. Well that’s my opinion at least. However I saw the theme crop up again recently when an all girl team was penalised for playing too well.

Posted by Gavin Mannion - 15 Aug 2014

Two weeks ago the Afrikaans current affairs program, Fokus, that I was part of was aired. I’ve finally got the clip thanks to some great YouTube searching by dogaming’s Rob Clegg and now I’ve cut out all the crap we don’t want to see and added in some sub titles for my best friend in the whole world.

Posted by Gavin Mannion - 01 Aug 2014

My life long nightmare is about to come true. People who know me know I have a terrible aversion to cameras and will do just about anything to avoid being in the front of one. However when the producers of a local current affairs program asked if I’d be willing to chat about local eSports and the MSSA I couldn’t really say no.

Posted by Gavin Mannion - 09 Jul 2014

Sometimes writing about the MSSA feels like I’m explaining away the follies of that annoying kid in school who refused to listen. But I’ve been asked by a number of people about the MSSA response and our original report so here are the facts and nothing but the facts.

Posted by Geoffrey Tim - 03 Jul 2014

We’ve often decried the MSSA’s backwards mentality when it comes to eSports, in that it segregates men and women. This is patently, and inherently stupid as whatever physical differences exist between genders are rendered moot by videogames. Whenever they've been taken to task over this, they've always pointed the finger at the IeSF. Now that organisation is in trouble over the same thing... and they've got nowhere to point fingers. Thankfully though, things are changing.

Posted by Zoe Hawkins - 01 Jul 2014

We were proud of the Southern Barbarians no matter what happened. However, these latest results make us want to dance for joy - and leads to more questions about the state of our national eSports body.

Posted by Gavin Mannion - 10 Jun 2014

The IesF is an international body whose goal is to bring together all the national sporting bodies for eSports and create an international federation, ala FIFA style, to maximise and help improve eSports worldwide.

Posted by Gavin Mannion - 29 May 2014

It’s been a while since we covered any of the MSSA’s attempts at being an organisation and that is mainly because they really are rather incompetent and there are only so many times you can point it out before you start feeling bad.

Posted by Gavin Mannion - 23 May 2014

Unlike most quickies this one isn’t that much fun. Yesterday my attorneys and advocates were back in court along with Colin Webster’s team. Apparently my knowledge on court proceedings is about as in depth as my understanding of the different types of cases that exist.

Posted by Gavin Mannion - 09 May 2014

Yes unfortunately our legal case with Colin Webster, the General Secretary of the MSSA, is still on going and likely won’t be completed until at least the 22nd of May when the next court date is set for.