Published: November 14, 2018
Introducing our 5th invited team all the way from South Africa, Energy Esports!
Energy Esports is a professional multi-gaming organization (MGO) that competes at the highest level of competitive gaming in South Africa while maintaining courteous and acceptable behavior. With the help of SteelSeries, MSI, LG Electronics, MWEB and ALABS, the players within Energy Esports strive to conduct themselves in a professional manner, showing respect to any and all other gamers while keeping a cool head in the heat of competition.
The Energy Esports CS:GO Team is the #1 team in all of Africa since blackpoisoN joined after his departure from Bravado Gaming. blackpoisoN is recognized as the most experienced and best player in Africa after after he moved to Sweden and got invited into the FPL EU by the top top players. When blackpoisoN returned home, blackpoisoN has the skill and experience to develop any team to make them the #1 team in Africa, he has developed the competitive scene by sharing his knowledge to teams like Energy and others who are the #1 team in South Africa also by margins.
You can find out more about Energy Esports here:
Energy’s CS:GO Roster:
Robby “blackpoisoN” da Loca
Trevor “kanii” Morley
Dominic “Domsterr” Sampaio
Rieghardt “flexeeee” Romatzki
Gareth “MisteM” Ries
Statement from Energy Esports:
“Being part of the PLG Grand Slam will mean the world to us as this is a very important event for us to show what we are made of and what we can do. We hardly ever get opportunities internationally as our region and country is isolated and far away, but our team skill, experience and level can definitely compete against top Asian and high-level EU teams. We feel we have a really good chance of making it through group stages into the Playoffs for this event (although we don’t know which teams will be participating, we feel that we have the skill and experience to compete against high level international cs and we’d love to get this opportunity to show it.”
Catch Energy Esports in action this December in Abu Dhabi, Yas Island as they compete in the PLG Grand Slam alongside 15 other teams from all over the world for a share of the 100,000$ Cash prize.