Bravado Gaming is considered the best competitive gaming organisation in South Africa, with teams competing in CS:GO, Call of Duty, and Dota 2.
Telkom’s Digital Gaming League recently rebranded as VS Gaming, and has renewed its focus on growing the South African eSports industry.
Competitive gaming has seen a massive increase in popularity over the past few years, both internationally and in South Africa.
The eSports industry is experiencing massive growth worldwide, and doesn’t look to be slowing down.
Take a look at the biggest and most lucrative competitive games in the world.
There is an intense rivalry between eSports teams affiliated with the MSSA, and those who play in private leagues.
South Africa’s competitive gaming scene is getting bigger all the time, but there is a long way to go to reach international standards.
South Africa’s competitive gaming scene is growing rapidly, with higher prize funds for tournament and league winners.
They train hard, and play even harder
SA Black Ops 2 teams who want a shot at the US1$-million world championship, here’s your info
South Africa will field a team to compete against the world’s best Black Ops 2 players for a $1-million prize pot
Details on how SA Dota 2 gamers can represent the country against Romania
Pro StarCraft II player Robert “PandaTank” Botha has secured sponsorship from CM Storm
Activision and Xbox partner to bring Black Ops 2 Call of Duty Championship eSports competition to the world, with US$1-million on the table
Telkom Do Gaming updates us on the success of the league and its strong growth heading into 2013
WebAfrica talks about the push on competitive gaming
Romania throws down the gauntlet, challenges South Africa to a Dota 2 test match
Energy eSports enter the frame to mix things up
“eSports is not a zero-sum game.”
Players show enthusiasm for MWEB Clan Connections’s MW3 PS3 tournament