The Do Gaming League (DGL) surprised many when it amassed 116 entries – the largest in the league’s history for an anction real-time strategy game (ARTS), as well as creating a tournament that, in its own right, can be compared to many of the open international tournaments. There are those
We are drawing closer to the March 16 StarCraft 2 Heart of the Swarm Invitational Tournament, hosted by Megarom and Internet Solutions. The event will be packed with Heart of the Swarm game reveals as well as high level competitive gaming. Our local StarCraft 2 hero,Robert “PandaTank” Botha will face
The Do Gaming premier division is taking on quite an interesting spin in terms of how teams are performing relative to last year. Now that the game has entered its second year, we can get a much better feel for the prospects each team has. Here is the lowdown…
Competing on an international level has been a hot topic of debate in the local community since the onset of the Battlefield 3 Clanbase XVI Nations Cup tournament. To give some background on the tournament itself, it typically takes place once per year and plays host to a number of
Hello and a hearty welcome, for those of you who don’t know, (I am going to assume that is most of you), I am Swiftzn, your resident Black Ops II (BLOPS2) scene journalist. I will be in charge of keeping you up to date with all things Blops 2 related.
As I’m sure most of you are aware, Call of Duty 4 Modern Warfare (CoD4) has been a staple part of the competitive gaming scene for nearly six years now – and boy has it been a roller coaster ride. This was not only the first ever first-person shooter (FPS)
Following on from our analysis of the Premier Division, we caught up with a representative from each of the “Big Four” teams to chat about their general feelings and opinions regarding Leg 1, and looking forward to the start of Leg 2. Ryan “xeRa”