SA gamers should keep an eye out for Organised Chaos, dAZLAN, FRAG LAN and other great gaming events on the South African gaming calendar.
The Organised Chaos LANs have become some of the most prominent gaming get-togethers South Africa has to offer.
Organised Chaos LANs usually incorporate both PC and console networking, and cater for amateur and professional gamers.
Some of the popular games played at Organised Chaos events include Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, Counter Strike: Source, and DotA.
Organised Chaos LANs are usually held in Cape Town, Bloemfontein and PE.
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NAG LAN – rAge
It’s impossible to list the biggest LANs in the country without mentioning the rAge LAN.
The annual event sees gamers from all over the country scramble for tickets to be part of the colossal gaming marathon, which features over 2,000 gamers.
PC gaming is dominant here, although, console gamers do make appearances within the confines of the LAN cage fence.
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Johannesburg and Pretoria gamers should be aware of dAZLAN, as the group holds PC gaming LANs within the Centurion area.
The dAZLANs take place at the Sytse-Wierda Hall in Centurion, and the facilities feature a Gigabyte Network and snack shop.
dAZLAN also often holds competitions, with great prizes on offer.
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FRAG LAN is one of the longest-running events in South Africa.
Durban gamers are treated to FRAG LAN events, which are held at the UKZN Edgewood Campus dining hall.
The LANs include a variety of different games, and FRAG often holds tournaments at the events.
To find out more on FRAG LANs, check out the FRAG LANs website. www.frag.co.za
Ground Zero LAN
The Ground Zero LANs have shown to be active events in the gaming LAN field of South Africa.
Ground Zero’s goal is to bring LANs to Johannesburg South, something the team says was lacking in the area.
Some of the games on offer at Ground Zero LANs include Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, DotA, LoL, Teeworlds, and Trackmania.
The LANs are hosted at the Klipriviersberg Recreational Center, on the corner of Peggy Vera and Sunningdale Road, Kiblerpark.
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Boksburg’s Mayhem LAN has become a favourite among the South African gaming community over the years.
The LANs feature PC gaming, console gaming, board games, Magic the Gathering, and other table top war games.
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Do you know of any LANs that you’d like the community to be aware of? Let us know in the comments below and the MyGaming forums.