ACGL XP Festival

ACGL XP Festival

42 Tournaments spanned over 20 Days

We at ACGL are happy to announce our XP Festival, an event that has been created to provide local gamers with a place to play tournaments over the festive season while, supplementarily, giving us a platform to test our site (Beta), leaderboard and XP system.

The event will host 42 tournaments over 20 days of competition across three platforms; PlayStation, Xbox and PC respectively.

All tournaments are FREE to enter, and each will have an XP reward for participating players.

The XP system has been created to give players the opportunity to rank themselves on an individual basis against all those that participate in the event. The rank of players can be followed via the ACGL leaderboards which list players rank according to XP for their designated game.


The following games will be run during the #XPFestZA

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare (PS4)

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered (PS4)

Fifa 17 (PS4)

Halo 5: Gaurdians (Xbox One)

Gears of War 4 (Xbox One)

Dota 2 (PC)

League of Legends (PC)

Prizes up for grabs:

Once the XP Festival concludes on the 22nd of December, we will be awarded our top 5 finishers for each title. The extensive prize list along with some other important information relating to the event can be found here.

We would like to thank all the sponsors that have got involved in backing the event. In your support of the event we encourage you to give them a follow below:

SteelSeries | EvoPoints | Monster Energy Drink | | Reflex Warmers 

View available tournaments:

View Release Article:

Visit ACGL:

Hashtag: #XPFestZA


Source: ACGL – African Cyber Gaming League

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