SA Dota 2 SteelSeries Spring League now open for registrations

Get involved in SA’s SteelSeries Spring League competition

August 29, 2012
Dota 2 SA news

The long-awaited DoGaming DOTA 2 league is finally getting underway, as registrations for the Steelseries Spring League are now open.

The actual competition will kick off on 10 September and will run for a number of weeks, breaking briefly for the DGL Championships and rAge, and picking up again on 30 October.

Steelseries, Monster Energy, and Telkom have all combined to bring the tournament to life, and are giving away some pretty impressive prizes to boot.

The winnings include five SteelSeries DotA 2 Kana bundles, which each include a DotA 2 branded mouse and mousepad. Monster Energy has put five cases of Monster Energy Drinks on the table, while Telkom have also thrown in five Samsung 2TB hard drives for the winner’s spoils.

Dates:

  • Entries Open: 27 August 2012
  • Entries Close: 7 September 2012
  • Start Date: 10 September 2012
  • Ending On: 30 October 2012

The competition will put some of the best South African DotA 2 players and teams against one another, so if you and your DotA 2 crew think you have what it takes, head over to the SteelSeries Spring League page to register.

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