This is what you can win in the Do Gaming League

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Competitive video games. You’re in it for the challenge. The glory. The competition. But most importantly, for some sweet prizes. If you’re almost as brutally materialistic as I am, then you’re going to want to read further, because the upcoming Do Gaming League has just what you need to fill several voids in your life.

R1.30 million in prizes is up for grabs this year, which makes this the largest pool of prizes in SA gaming history according to Do Gaming.

First, a word/list from the sponsors who will be handing out prizes this year:

  • Megarom
  • Electronic Arts
  • CoolerMaster
  • SteelSeries
  • Razer
  • Monster
  • Logitech
  • Alienware
  • Telkom

So what prizes can you get for out-clicking the competition? Here’s another list, so stop bugging me:

  • 24 Alienware Aurora Gaming PCs
  • Gaming hardware
  • Peripherals
  • Cash prizes to the value of over R200 000

Battlefield 3 will be where the majority of the prizes end up. R370 000 worth of prizes, to be exact, due to the fact that there will be more teams and players present for that game. Call of Duty Black Ops 2, DOTA 2 and League of Legends will each have prize pools to the value of R250 000 in stuff.

Here’s some more lists then, to let you know what folks will be duking it out for:

DOTA 2

  • R20 000 in cash and prizes, five Alienware Aurora machines.
  • R15 000 in cash and prizes
  • R10 000 in cash and prizes
  • R5 000 in cash and prizes

Black Ops 2

  • R20 000 in cash and prizes, five Alienware Aurora machines
  • R15 000 in cash and prizes
  • R10 000 in cash and prizes
  • R5 000 in cash and prizes
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League of Legends 

  • R20 000 in cash and prizes, five Alienware Aurora machines
  • R15 000 in cash and prizes
  • R10 000 in cash and prizes
  • R5 000 in cash and prizes

Battlefield 3

  • R20 000 in cash, eight Alienware Aurora machines
  • R15 000 in cash
  • R10 000 in cash
  • R5 000 in cash

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive 

  • R10 000 in cash and Logitech gaming gear
  • R5 000 in cash and Logitech gaming gear
  • R2 000 in cash and Logitech gaming gear
  • R1 000 in cash

Call of Duty 4 

  • R10 000 in cash
  • R5 000 in cash
  • R2 000 in cash
  • R1 000 in cash

StarCraft 2 

  • R6 000 in cash, hardware from Coolermaster and an Alienware Aurora machine
  • R4 000 in cash, hardware from Coolermaster
  • R3 000 cash, hardware from Coolermaster
  • R2 000 in cash, hardware from Coolermaster

FIFA 13

  • R5 000 in cash and a Monster MVP Carbon headset
  • R1 500 in cash
  • R500 in cash

Gran Turismo 5

  • R5000 in cash
  • R2500 in cash
  • R1500 in cash

Quake Live 

  • R5 000 in cash
  • R1 500 in cash
  • R500 in cash

Forza 4 

  • R5 000 in cash
  • R1 500 in cash
  • R500 in cash

More details on the Do Gaming website, for all you prospective eSports folks. Now if you’ll excuse me, I need to petition the DGL to get Ben 10 Galactic Racing recognised as an eSports game, so that I’d have a fighting chance in at least one game.

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Last Updated: September 18, 2013

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