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Nodwin Gaming postpones Umzansi Esports League due to COVID-19

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NODWIN gaming one of India’s largest esports company announced its expansion to South Africa. With this announcement, they introduced Uzmansi Esports League for South Africa.

Due to COVID-19 pandemic effect in South Africa and across the globe Umzansi Esports league has been postponed until the end of July, tentatively.

However, they announced the Inkosi Super Cup as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Inkosi Super Cup will comprise CS: GO, FIFA 20, Tekken 7 and PUBG Mobile. Registrations for the Inkosi Super Cup open 23 March 2020.

The Inkosi Super Cup info

The  Inkosi Super Cup will run in a cup-system format over a period of 3 months. There will be four weekly cups per month for each game. Along with there will be weekly and monthly cup winners for each esports. All cups will run on a single-elimination format. There will also be overall winners for those who top the leaderboards, they will be awarded Umzansi Grand Slam title.

Teams per monthly cup that will qualify for the Umzansi Esports League will be as follows:

  • CS: GO – Two teams
  • FIFA – Two players
  • Tekken 7 – Two players
  • PUBG Mobile – Eight teams

All teams and players, if they’re winners or not, will be permitted to re-register for remaining cups. If a winning team win again weekly /monthly cup they will not receive any rewards except Grand Slam Placement.

The Inkosi Super Cup will be streaming weekly on Youtube and one monthly final on GINX Esports TV Africa(DSTV channel 127).

We will keep you up to date with further details as the Inkosi Super Cup.

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