Domination Cup brings SA BF3 players together

The Battlefield 3 Domination Cup puts SA gamers head-to-head

February 11, 2013
Battlefield 3 SA news

South African Xbox 360 Battlefield 3 players have put together the Domination Cup – an initiative aimed to bring local gamers together on the battlefield.

The Xbox 360 tournament is being organised by SA clan Retribution Order, and will be an 8v8, single elimination tournament based on Conquest Domination Close Quarters.

Each team is required to have a minimum of 5 SA players in the squad, with a maximum of 3 international players allowed in each team.

The event starts on 1 March 2013 and will run on a provided European server and sanctioned by a judge.

There is a prize on offer – 16,800 Microsoft Points, which works out to 2,100 MSP per member, for the 8 member teams.

Registrations for the Domination Cup close on 25 February 2013.

Source: Battlelog 

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