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Back in November, 2010 MWEB partnered with Gameservers.com to exclusively host the much anticipated Call of Duty: Black Ops. The announcement was well received and since then the South African gun slingers have contributed their fair share to the incredible numbers boasted by the game.

Now MWEB and Gameservers.com has announced that it will be hosting an additional 53 gaming titles (including Counter Strike, Battlefield and Medal of Honour). It has also deployed its own Steam Server to ensure the best possible gaming experience to South Africans.

Hit the jump to see what cards MWEB are holding.

“Online gaming is a key focus for us in 2011 and we are excited by the growth that we’re seeing in this space. Our goal is to position MWEB at the forefront of online gaming in South Africa,” says Derek Hershaw, CEO of MWEB ISP.

With the help of its own Steam server, MWEB will be hosting the following games:

Age of Chivalry Mare Nostrum
BattleField 1942 Medal Of Honor Allied Assault
Battlefield 2 Medal of Honor Spearhead
Battlefield Vietnam Natural Selection
(Not Bad Company 2: Vietnam) Quake 3
Call Of Duty Quake 4
Call of Duty United Offensive Red Orchestra MOD
Counter Strike 1.6 Soldier of Fortune II
Counter Strike Source Team Fortress 2
Counter Strike Source 100 Tickrate Unreal Tournament
Counter Strike Condition Zero Unreal Tournament 2004
Day of Defeat Urban Terror
Day of Defeat Source Zombie Panic
Day of Defeat Source 100 Tickrate Aliens vs Predator
Enemy Territory Alien Swarm
Enemy Territory: Quake Wars Arma 2
F.E.A.R Battlefield Bad Company 2 Ranked
Fortress Forever Call Of Duty 2
Half Life 2 Deathmatch Call Of Duty 4
Half Life Team Fortress Team Fortress 2
Insurgency Mod Crysis
Left 4 Dead Crysis Wars
Left 4 Dead 2 Killing Floor
Unreal Tournament 3 Medal of Honor Ranked
Wolfenstein PC Natural Selection 2

“The decision to deploy a Steam Server is another value added service to our customers and means that they won’t need to worry about hunting for patches and spending hours downloading updates on unsolicited websites,” explains Hershaw.

The future is looking good for the South African gamer, as MWEB says that both MWEB and non-MWEB customers will benefit from the local hosting.

Say goodbye to those long connect lines kids, MWEB has you covered.

For more information on MWEB’s games visit MWEB GameZone

Last Updated: March 8, 2011

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