South Africa: MWEB gaming gathering set for July 19 at Cape Town
Credit: MWEB Gaming Gathering

Following the success of its inaugural event on February this yea, MWEB Gaming Gathering is returning this month with another social and engaging atmosphere.

The event is scheduled to take place on Friday, July 19, 2019 at MWEB,100 Fairway Cl, Golf Course, Cape Town, South Africa. Staged by MWEB powdered by MSI with AGCL support.

MWEB Gaming Gathering focuses on  streamers and streaming. Also, the event presents opportunities for socializing, playing games, winning items, and generally having a good time with fellow community members.

Some of the speakers gracing the occasion include ;

Kyle Swart– Ex Competitive Counter-strike: Global Offensive Player. Played in for WRG. Aspire Gaming and PuLse Gaming.

Alexander Glenn– Minecraft South Africa administrator, host, creator

MWEB Gaming Gathering  Schedule

GATHER (6 pm- 7pm)
Attendants will come together to enjoy some food and drink at the MWEB offices. The Red Bull crew will provide wings to all guests at the venue.

GAB (7pm -8:30pm)
In round two of the MWEB Gaming Gathering panel will discuss how streaming opens up career paths, develops legal concerns, and builds an interactive community.

MSI Arena
In addition, participants will play on the best gaming hardware currently available as well as participate in tournaments, free-to-play matchups and win some MSI prizes.

Ticket Sales

Tickets are now available for purchase at R80 per ticket.

By purchasing a ticket, you will gain entry to the event, access to the talks, food and drink, Swag Bag (with an MSI avatar item for your ACGL profile) and access to the MSI Gaming Arena. Tickets are limited to 60 guests and available for purchase at R80 per ticket.

Interested participants can get their tickets here

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