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Vodacom Launches Esports Hub At Vodacom World And Announces First Competition

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Hot on the heels of the announcement of their title sponsorship of rAge, Vodacom has just made another announcement reaffirming their involvement in and support of the South African gaming and esports scene. Vodacom will be introducing an esports hub at Vodacom World, the brand’s Flagship Digital Mall located in Midrand, Johannesburg.

This esports hub will play host to a
variety of gaming events and experiences providing gamers with an opportunity
to experience Vodacom’s network speeds and capability first hand, and is part
of Vodacom’s vision to become the Gamers Network of Choice.

“We are excited to be introducing an
esports hub at our digitally-led mall, Vodacom World. We believe there are
great synergies between the gaming and esports scene and Vodacom in that the
one glue that connects gamers with their games is the network capability,
connectivity and speeds. We have no doubt that gamers who visit the mall during
September will experience world class gaming through SA’s leading network,
while competing for NAG LAN tickets that will give them access to rAge – tickets
that can only be won at Vodacom World,” says Samantha Botha, Managing Executive:
Retail Operations at Vodacom.

The first competition that will be
hosted at the esports hub will take place between 9 -23
September 2019 and will be hosted by local tournament organiser, Mettlestate. Anyone
who heads to Vodacom World during this time will have the opportunity to take
part in one of three mobile games – Fortnite, Dota Underlords or F1 Racing. There
will be daily leader-boards with many incredible prizes up for grabs. Casual
and competitive gamers alike stand to win a host of Vodacom bundles and
hampers, as well as the chance to get their hands on LAN tickets to the annual NAG
LAN at rAge, which is set to take place from 27 to 29 September 2019.
Considering that the NAG LAN is already sold out, these tickets are something
money can’t buy and can only be won by heading to Vodacom World and competing
in the various competitions.

Winners will be announced daily, so if anyone misses out on their first shot, gamers can always head back and try again the next day. To find out more about the competitions that will be taking place at Vodacom World in September and how to win tickets to the NAG LAN at rAge Expo 2019, head on over to the Mettlestate website which contains everything you need to know as well as the leader-boards for each gaming title.

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