Ah, the seasons – they are a’changing. I’m wearing slippers again, so it must be winter. Which means, it’s time to register for the DGL Winter Leg. That’s right, you can still nab a spot at the championships, and all those awesome prizes.
Let’s start with a look at the Championships Titles.
- Battlefield 4 can be played on PC in either 8v8 Conquest mode or 5v5 Domination League. Prizes are sponsored by MSI, with over R150k in hardware coming to the winner of the BF4 DGC. Register here.
- Dota 2 (on PC, of course) has two sponsors: ASUS is giving away R110k in hardware while SteelSeries is giving away R50k in cash and hardware. Go embrace your inner Dendi and register for the MOBA here.
- Call of Duty: Ghosts is open to both PC (5v5) and console (4v4) teams. Get your first person pew pew on in an awesome quest for domination by registering here.
- League of Legends (also obviously on PC) is sponsored by Razer, with R40k in hardware up for grabs. Get involved in the world’s most popular MOBA by registering your team.
- Gran Turismo 6 has been bumped up into the Champsionship. Played on PS3, it has Ster-Kinekor as a spinor, giving away R50k in cash and hardware. You know you want to register to vroom vroom.
- Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, played on PC, has also moved from league to championship for the 2014 season. Also sponsored by Razer, winners could walk away with R40k in hardware prizes. Go start the offensive.
Those aren’t all the games, though. There are also tournament and league titles. Remember, enough support for these will help them move into the Championships in future legs, so show them some love and register through the links.
- Call of Duty: Black Ops (PC)
- FIFA 14 (PC, PS3, Xbox 360)
- Forza Motorsport 4 (Xbox 360)
- Hearthstone (PC)
- Mortal Kombat 9 (PC)
- Quake Live (PC)
- StarCraft 2 (PC)
- Street Fighter X Tekken (PC, PS3, Xbox 360)
- Trackmania Nation (PC)
Hearthstone isn’t in the Championships yet? That’s surprising. I’m sure in a year or so, once everyone and their dog has it on tablet, it will be one of the biggest eSports titles. Although, it’s hard to say – Dota 2 seems to just carry on breaking every single record possible. Are you ready to get involved? I know a few people who tried out DGL for the first time in the past year or so – it’s really fun. You get to find out just how good you are, and learn some cool tricks along the way. Who knows, your hidden talent might just earn you some prizes.
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Last Updated: April 8, 2014