South Africans to play Quake at DreamHack

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Two locals will be heading to Sweden in November to play in the DreamHack Winter 2013 invitationals, competing in the Quake Live tournament. Bravado Gaming’s Dimitri “Detrony” Hadjipaschali and Stephen ‘Ph4ntom’ Cloete will be aiming to do South Africa proud, and bring back some prize money.

Both players have won major victories in local eSports competitions, but this will be a wonderful opportunity to gain exposure on the international stage. With a top prize of 100k Swedish Krona (approximately R152k), DreamHack invites only 32 players to take part in the Quake Live tournament in Jönköping, Sweden. Matches will be streamed live, in HD, on Twitch. Players will strive to overthrow the current reigning champion, Orekhov “evil” Sergey of team 102.DeliberateMurder.

Let’s be sure to root for our local boys as they go against the top Quake players in the world. Want to see what you can expect? Check out this Bravado vs Bravado Quake game to see what Detrony can do:

Last Updated: October 21, 2013

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