Telkom’s new Gaming League tournament set for rAge 2016

Telkom’s new Digital Gaming League will be in Cape Town for rAge 2016, taking place from 18-20 March.

By - March 9, 2016 Share on LinkedIn
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Telkom’s new Digital Gaming League (DGL) will be in Cape Town for rAge 2016, taking place from 18-20 March.

It is the first event in the Telkom DGL Masters series, with Counter-Strike: Global Offensive the game of choice.

“The tournament will feature eight teams, representing each of the eight Masters Multi-Gaming Organisations, for the R100,000 prize pool,” said Telkom.

The Masters main event will take take place at rAge Johannesburg in October, with a prize pool of R1 million up for grabs.

The teams competing at Masters level in 2016 are:

  • Aperture Gaming
  • Bravado Gaming
  • CarboN eSports
  • Damage Control
  • Flipsid3
  • Veneration E-Sports
  • White Rabbit Gaming
  • [email protected]

All games will be streamed live on www.twitch.tv/dgl_live.

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