Catch the GWZA CS:GO Century Cup live this weekend

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If you haven’t already made Valentine’s Day plans because a) You’re single, or b) you’re lazy, then don’t worry yourself too much. There’s an action-packed CS:GO tournament going on this weekend, so grab a beer and drown your sorrows while watching South Africa’s top CS:GO teams compete for R30 000 provided by Gaming World SA (GWZA), as well as Plantronics Headsets from Apex Interactive

Orena’s inaugural “homestory cup” style tournament kicks off tomorrow with invited teams Aperture Gaming, Bravado Gaming, Carbon eSports and Energy eSports battling it out face-to-face at their studio apartment in Century City, Cape Town. Below you can find all the details regarding the cup, the teams and where to watch.

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The Teams

Orena have invited four of South Africa’s top CS:GO teams to Cape Town (note this is four of  the top teams, not the four top teams), to compete for not only prizes, but the glory of the first LAN win of 2016. The teams and players are as following

Aperture Gaming

  • Trevor “Kanibalistic” Morely
  • Dean “Hackem” Seyfried
  • Dominic “Domster” Sampaio
  • James “zerOchance” Wijnberg
  • Hadlee “Konvict” Smith

Bravado Gaming

  • Dimitry “Detrony” Hadjipaschali
  • Ashton “Golz” Muller
  • Ruan “ELUSIVE” Van Wyk
  • Richard “Deviant” Groves
  • Aran “Sonic” Groesbeek
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Carbon eSports

  • Daniel “Spoof” Van Wyk
  • Rhys “Fadey” Armstron
  • Petrie “KGS” Koegelenberg
  • Jandre “Makmur” Van Vuuren
  • Riaan “Style” Van Niekerk (who will be playing as a substitute)

Energy eSports

  • Tiaan “T.c” Coertzen
  • Stefan “NEFAN” Smit
  • Jaun “Zeo” Nieuwoudt
  • Jean “Kustom” Herbst
  • Jan “Takbok” Theron

The teams are currently unranked as far as 2016 goes, but as the action unfolds this weekend we are bound to see extremely tough competition between the four teams. At the last LAN of 2015, BHG, Energy eSports bested Bravado Gaming in the Grand Finals with Aperture Gaming taking third place. This weekend, noting that the players will be seated face-to-faces, promises to be a heated display of South African CS:GO.

Schedule

Saturday 13th February

  • 10:00  Bravado Gaming vs. CarboN eSports
  • 13:00 Energy eSports vs. Aperture Gaming
  • 16:00 Loser Bracket Round 1
  • 19:00 Winner Bracket Round 2

Sunday 14th February

  • 10:00 Loser Bracket Final
  • 13:00  Grand Final

All games will be added to CS:GO Lounge this evening, and the full schedule is available below:

Stream and broadcasting

The stream will be broadcast by Orena on Twitch.tv with Broadcasting handled by myself and CS:GO Lounge’s Courtney “Honey” Timpson. There will also be live interviews handled by Thulani “LighteRTZ” Sishi from the Flipside Tactics SA. Tune in for a great weekend of CS:GO.

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Watch live video from OrenaZA on www.twitch.tv

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Last Updated: February 12, 2016

Kyle Wolmarans

Critical Hit’s esports guy. I talk about esports and drink whiskey. I also write and cast for elsewhere – but my work here is independent of that.

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