PandaTank Takes Champions Cup
Rob ‘PandaTank’ Botha was able to take the StarCraft 2 Champions Cup in the third leg of the StarCraft 2 DGL which marks the second time he has won in 2012.
The Do Gaming StarCraft 2 League is a 1vs1 event which puts players head to head against each other. Players are divided into divisions according to their previous DGL results. As the player improves, they move up through the ranks until they reach the Premier Division.
Please remember to edit your profiles and add your character identification information so that your opponents can contact you.
Looking ahead to the 2012 Do Gaming Championships
The Starcraft 2 Telkom Do Gaming League (DGL) 2012 Championship sees huge prizes, with not only R50,000 in cash, sponsored by Logitech, to be given away to the top gamers in the competition, but also three Alienware PC's that are up for grabs to the top three gamers in the Championship.
1st – R22,500 (and an Alienware X51 PC)
This year will mark the second year that the Telkom DGL Championships have featured Starcraft 2. Last year the Championship was won by Travis 'Shase' Weedon in a tough best-of-five match-up against Kyle ‘Hellshound’ Haward. But this year promises to be a whole new kettle of fish with a myriad of new players to the DGL that have risen through the ranks while the more seasoned DGL players have picked up their game considerably.
Overall, prizes worth a half-million rand are at stake at the Telkom DGL 2012 Championships, the largest prize pool in the history of the DGL, with games including Battlefield 3, Call of Duty 4, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, Gran Turismo 5 and FIFA 12 on both Xbox 360 and PS3, in addition to Starcraft 2.
The DGL 2012 Championships will be taking place at rAge 2012 at the Coca-Cola Dome in Northgate, Johannesburg.
Over R200k worth of prizes given away to SC2 players in 2011
Travis “Shase” Weedon claimed victory at the 2011 Do Gaming League Championships, brought to you by Samsung.
In the 2011 Do Gaming League SC2 Season, Samsung gave away 13 Laptops, 13 LCD monitors and 16 external hard drives with a total value of over R200,000!