The Telkom DGL Masters Series has concluded after Bravado Gaming emerged victorious over Aperture Gaming in the final of the tournament.
The DGL Masters Series is a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournament which took place at rAge 2016 Cape Town and consisted of 8 teams battling it out for a prize pool of R100,000. The tournament ran for three days from 18-20 March, and was streamed live on Twitch.
After beating Damage Control 2-0 in the second semi-final of the tournament, Aperture Gaming faced up against Bravado Gaming later in the day to decide the winner of the DGL Masters Series.
The first game of the best-of-3 final was the closest and most contested of the entire tournament, as the gameplay went into overtime after Aperture Gaming slowly lost their momentum in the second half. Bravado Gaming managed to pull through and score a 19-17 victory over Aperture Gaming, taking the first game of the final match.
The second game saw a less confident Aperture Gaming losing decisively, managing to salvage only 2 rounds before Bravado Gaming won the game 16-2.
Bravado Gaming took first place at the DGL Masters Series, which won them a prize of R40,000.
Aperture Gaming placed second after losing the final match to Bravado Gaming, and received R20,000. Damage Control and carboN eSports each won R10,000 for making it to the semi-finals, while the rest of the teams received R5,000.
Here is the full list of the teams that competed in the Telkom DGL Masters Series at rAge Cape Town:
- Aperture Gaming
- Bravado Gaming
- CarboN eSports
- Damage Control
- Veneration E-Sports
- White Rabbit Gaming
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Jamie is a guest of Telkom at rAge 2016 Cape Town.