Season 2 of the MyGaming Sunday Evening Cup Series hosted by Polarfluke is underway and Bravado Gaming has taken an early lead by winning the first week.
The first season of the MyGaming Dota 2 SECS is coming to an end, and it’s going to be messy. Some of the country’s most reputable clans will compete for the R2000 prize purse, here are the details and how I think it’ll play out.
After week 1 in the MyGaming Dota 2 SECS Energy eSports have proven to be GODLIKE, topping the scoreboard with no losses.
Polarfluke has given MyGaming its SECS for cash. The Dota 2 Sunday Evening Cup Series is back for pro teams and social teams alike. This time, instead of just a platform for Dota 2 players to improve their skills, the winning team and runner-up will receive cash prizes sponsored by MyGaming.
After week 3 of Polarfluke’s SECS, Bravado will be joining ASF in the playoffs for the top spot.
The SECS is not your ordinary tournament, it’s the first of its kind and here to provide a structured and scheduled competitive practise for all South African gamers who’d like to improve their Dota 2 skills and get ready for next year’s competitions. If you’d like to brush up on how it works, you can read this article.
This week in eSports we looked at Microsoft SA’s Halo 4 tournament semi’s, new features coming to StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm, the MLG kicking off, some crazy MainGaming LAN awesomeness, a pro LoL player getting the banhammer for life, an interview with Energy eSport’s own Bhond and what’s been happening with the SECS on Sundays. Also comment on this article for free cookies!
Season 1 of the Polarfluke SECS has kicked off, ASF have secured a spot in the playoffs, who will join them?
Polarfluke has announced their Sunday Evening Cup Series (SECS) for Dota 2 and will kick it off this weekend.