Namibia takes on LoL & CS:GO in 2018
NESA LoL & CS:GO National Finals
The Namibian Electronic Sports Association (NESA) successfully hosted its very first National Tournament for the game titles League of Legends (LoL) and Counter Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) in 2018. The teams selected for these games will proceed to represent Namibia internationally in as many opportunities as NESA is able to secure for its athletes.
The competition for CS:GO was fierce as 20 players entered the competition initially of which 10 proceeded to the National Finals event that was hosted on 4 August 2018 at Imagine Games Café in Windhoek. NESA would like to congratulate the following players for making it to the very first Namibian CS:GO team: - Jonathan Calitz - Tristan Meyer - André Nel - Dario de Gouveia - Jefferson Lopes
The National Finals event for LoL was hosted on 11 August 2018 and scores were close for a number of players as NESA saw a great display of skill and dedication from all its athletes. The strongest prevailed and made it to the very first National Team for LoL and NESA would like to congratulate the following players for their remarkable performance: - Flip de Bruyn - Else Stoffberg - Jonathan Calitz - Damien Britz - Richard van Wyk
NESA would herewith like to extend gratitude towards its players and volunteers for making these events possible, as well as the event sponsor, Monster Energy.
Nam VS SA International Friendly: LoL & CS:GO
Practice time for the Namibian teams in LoL and CS:GO will be short-lived as their first international matches are scheduled to take place against South Africa on 22 September 2018. NESA will make every effort to secure more opportunities for our teams to compete internationally and would like to wish its teams all the best of luck in this ground-breaking undertaking.