Telkom DGL Masters
Telkom DGL Masters: Telkom announced on 21 January that it would put up a million rand in prize money for its new Digital Gaming League in 2016. This is to support its plans to foster growth in the competitive online gaming arena, and formalise e-sports in South Africa. Contenders in Telkom’s new Masters League will be in line for a share of the winnings, with 8 clans set to compete in the 2016 tournament. It would also support its launch of the Masters with network improvements throughout the year, new servers, and new software for the Digital Gaming League (DGL).
Teams will play DOTA 2 and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, with the prize money split evenly between the two games. All Masters players can expect to be paid for competing, with the cash prizes varying between R200,000 for first place winners, and R50,000 for the team that comes last.
he 8 clans competing in the 2016 Telkom DGL Masters are:
- Aperture Gaming
- Bravado Gaming
- CarboN eSports
- Damage Control
- In-Finity Gaming
- Veneration E-sports
- White Rabbit Gaming
As we would say let the games begin.