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NESA to host final round of League of Legends

10/08/2018
by Rodney Pienaar
Sports

Namibia Electronic Sports Association (NESA) will be hosting the final round of National League of Legends this coming Saturday at Image Games café in Windhoek.

The qualifier round took place online last week and about ten players were selected to take part in the final round, the spokesperson of NESA Salome de Bruyn told The Villager.

“The final tournament will be a physical one and not online. The selected players will battle it out for spots or places to get an opportunity to be in the first team and second team also known as the reserve team. The tournament is a great achievement for the NESA as this type of tournaments usually attracts many players from all corners of the country,” she said.

She added that all the players are well balanced on their turf of games and can be surprisingly very challenging when it comes to showing off their skills.

De Bruyn also said that NESA has been growing day by day and would like to take electronic sports code closer to interested persons regardless of their ages.  

“This is just the beginning of many great things to come. We are going to make the next tournament bigger and better and will bring it closer to everyone who wants to be part of it. We are looking forward to an exciting and challenging tournament this weekend,” she said.