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In-Finity Gaming Bolsters their LineUp

In-Finity Gaming has announced that it will be bolstering its roster by absorbing teams from Pulse Gaming and Unknown Gaming.

The new MGO will feature two Battlefield 4 teams, one Call of Duty: Ghosts team, one Dota 2 team and one League of Legends team. Each of the teams merging have been performing really well in the 2014 Telkom DGL Winter Leg so far and are likely to play a big part in the Telkom Do Gaming Championship (DGC) later this year.

Barry Burger, the In-Finity Gaming founder and co-owner says that the merger between the three teams is a huge step forward for the organization and is confident that the new teams along with the current teams will be able to put them on an international level.

“We have some really strong teams looking ahead and we also have a list of strong sponsors backing us of which we will be revealing at DGC so keep an eye out. iFG want to house the best eSports teams in SA and take those teams to compete overseas on the international stage. We are very committed to improving eSports in SA and have some pretty big plans in the pipe line.”

Included in the organisation are Matthew Merks and Anthony Nell, two names which are well-known in the South African gaming industry who have moved into management positions for iFG.

Pulse Gaming Evolve currently sits top of the Battlefield 4 Telkom DGL Premier Division suffering just one loss from the entire leg while Pulse Gaming Emerge are top of Group B in the First Division.

Chris 'Chriscuz' Cousins, the Pulse Gaming owner, says that the merge is a bold step in strengthening the teams by joining an equally dedicated eSports team with the prospects of becoming a top flight gaming brand in South Africa.

Coming in for Call of Duty: Ghosts is Unknown Gaming Ap3x who are currently sixth but have had a difficult time in sorting out their line-up.

Dominic 'Dominoz' Rissik, owners of Unknown Gaming says that they are looking forward to being a dominant MGO at the Do Gaming Championships.

"We decided to merge with In-Finity Gaming as they are rapidly growing in the eSports scene in South Africa. I plan to win DGC 2014 and have the strongest Call of Duty team in South Africa and possibly other places of the world too," he says.

These three teams join up with iFG's already stellar lineup from Dota 2, League of Legends, StarCraft 2 and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.

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