The Telkom Do Gaming Championships are sponsored by Alienware.
The Battlefield 3 (BF3) Telkom Do Gaming Championships (DGC) are just a few days away, as eight teams will fight it out for the biggest prize pool at the DGC this coming weekend. [NSD]Sons of Liberty enter the DGC as our second seeds, and are one of the powerhouse teams in the Do Gaming League (DGL) this year.
The [NSD]Sons of Liberty side has had to make a few changes to their starting line- up to accommodate for the LAN, and has entered the DGC as [NSD]Sons of rAge. Let’s take a look at the line – up for [NSD]Sons of rAge:
[NSD]Sons of Liberty displayed great form in both Legs of the BF3 Telkom Do Gaming League (DGL) 2013, but have yet to get over the hurdle that is bvd.BF3 so far this year.
Both the Summer and Winter Legs saw [NSD]Sons of Liberty finishing in a strong second position with a 7 – 0 – 1 tally, with both loses accredited to the Bravado Gaming side.
With that in mind, the Never Say Die squad has shown form as recently as this week, as they successfully managed to defeat eLement – Lithium in the NSD BF3 Invitational to secure themselves a shot at winning their own Invitational tomorrow night, and could be the confidence boost they need to take the Championship.
[NSD]Sons of rAge knows the hurdle they have to jump over in the form of bvd.BF3, and has tried and failed on multiple occasions so far this year. If they manage to best the unbeaten side, they stand all the chance in the world of taking home the DGC trophy by the end of the weekend.