This past weekend saw 20 teams competing in the R20,000 Empower Cup for Dota 2.
This is a new grassroots level cup where non-Masters players can form teams and compete against each other. The kick? Masters players are prohibited from playing, and can only coach.
Last week local South African streamer Francois “RustyPieLover” Botha announced a charity livestream partnering with CANSA, Exdee Gaming, and Major Gaming Studios.
Sinister5 have announced a revamped CS:GO lineup to compete in Leg 3 of the VS Masters division and ESEA Open Season 28.
We’re at the start of the second leg of the VS Gaming Masters and we are quickly approaching the halfway mark of the 2018 Dota 2 season.