DGL gets awesome sponsorships

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The DGL has come a long way from its inception. It is the name in local competitive gaming and their registrations keep on breaking records. Now, they are offering some huge prizes thanks to some fantastic new sponsors.

First up, we have DOTA 2. ASUS has come on board, sponsoring over R110k in hardware prizes. Nicole Celliers, ASUS SA Marketing Manager, says they’re excited to be involved with the DGL for 2014, particularly for Dota 2:

We have been looking to sponsor a tournament for some time and after the 2013 results from the Telkom DGL, it was decided that 2014 will be the perfect time to join. Looking at Dota 2, we feel that it is increasing in popularity in South Africa and will continue to grow in popularity. We are looking forward to the year ahead and feel that it will allow further growth for both ASUS South Africa and the Telkom DGL,

ASUS is sponsoring the following impressive prizes:

  • 1st Place:
  • 5x Maximus VI Formula motherboards
  • 5x NVIDIA GTX 770 graphics cards
  • 5x Intel Core i7 processors
  • 2nd Place:
  • 5x NVIDIA GTX 770 graphics cards
  • 3rd Place:
  • 5x Z87 Sabertooth motherboards

Next is Battlefield 4, which is now getting over R150k in hardware prizes from MSi. That’s a lot of hardware! In fact, MSi is giving away eight MSi GX series gaming laptops for prizes. That makes me want to take up playing Battlefield ASAP – I could totally work with winning such awesome stuff.

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Zoe Hawkins

Wielding my lasso of truth, I am the combination of nerd passion and grammar nazi. I delve into all things awesome and geek-tastic. I believe people should stop defining themselves and just enjoy playing games, so let's get on with it!

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