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Will Rainbow Six Mobile Build on its Legacy?

The first iteration of Rainbow Six hit our PC screens back in 1998. It later expanded from Microsoft Windows to Nintendo 64, Playstation and MacOS to name a few of the platforms and now, we eagerly await its arrival on our mobile phones. Development of the Rainbow Six Mobile game was first announced by Ubisoft back in April 2022 and since then there have been more than 17 million pre-registrations on Android alone. As one of the most popular and lucrative mobile gaming genres, FPS could soon see a new competitor to the likes of Call of Duty: Mobile (over…

by Gank Chief
September 11, 2023

SA Valorant Servers Finally Arrive.

South African gamers have not been able to fully enjoy many of the world's most popular game titles because of the 150 to 200 ping that we often experience and regularly complain about. This has undoubtedly had in impact on many gamers' ability to showcase their skils, improve those skills and as a consequence, has most certainly impacted on our ongoing lack of a sustainable professional gaming segment! Well roll out the energy drinhks and chips because the wait is finally over – at least for VALORANT Gamers! Yesterday, Riot Games eventually turned on the local servers – situated in…

by Gank Chief
September 1, 2023

Royal Match is Crushing the Candy!

Royal Match has just leap-frogged Candy Crush Saga as the top mobile game in both revenue and downloads for the first time in history! First released in July 2020, Royal Match boasts earnings of $112 million and with 14.6 million downloads, while Candy Crush Saga earned $104 million with 14.4 million in July 2023. To contextualise this feat, it has taken less than 3 years for Royal Match to achieve these results against a mobile gaming giant, Candy Crush Saga, which was first released in April 2012 and now boasts three related titles; Candy Crush Soda Saga, Candy Crush Jelly Saga…

by Gank Chief
August 3, 2023

Ruckus Media partners with a scholastic esports heavyweight NASEF.

Ruckus Media Group (Pty) Ltd, one of South Africa's leading sports media organisations and the Network of Academic and Scholastic Esports Federations (NASEF), a global leader in scholastic esports are thrilled to announce a new partnership which is set to accelerate the advancement of scholastic esports in South Africa.  Ruckus Media will work with NASEF to create a sustainable esports ecosystem here in South Africa, building from grassroots. Additionally, Ruckus Media and NASEF will collaborate on research projects, tournaments & competitions and collaborate on media content which is focused on the broader esports industry. NASEF Affiliate Meeting. Gerald Solomon, Founder and…

by Gank Chief
June 2, 2023
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