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23 Aug 12:30

August has seen both FIFA 19 and Rainbow Six Siege leagues continuing in the Debonairs Pizza series. Each title offers a prize pool of R1,000 cash per platform, with both FIFA and Rainbow Six being run on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

The FIFA 19 leagues kicked off on 29 July and have seen the top players placed per group. 38 players competed on PS4, while 23 players signed up for XB1.

The final 16 players on PS4 and the top eight on XB1 will now face off on Sunday (25 August) at 6pm to determine who will walk off with the cash on offer.

R1,000 cash prize pool per platform:

  • 1st Place: R500
  • 2nd Place: R250
  • 3rd Place: R150
  • 4th Place: R100

A total of 28 5-player teams signed up for the Rainbow Six Siege leagues. PlayStation 4 brought the majority of teams with an impressive 18 teams.

There is less than a week left to complete the group matches to determine the teams that will proceed into the playoffs to secure the R1,000 winner-takes-all cash per platform. The playoffs are scheduled for Sunday the 1st of September.

You can see how the teams are standing in their groups here: PS4 | XB1


The match-finder ladders are still ongoing for a number of titles, and give you the opportunity to compete more in your preferred game. Complete five ladder matches in a week, and you will be added to a draw for a R100 pizza voucher. The match-finder is open from 5pm to 10pm during the week and from 10am to 10pm on Saturday and Sunday.

The Debonairs Pizza series would not be possible without DEBONAIRS PIZZA SOUTH AFRICA. Follow them here: Twitter | Facebook 

If you have any additional comments, questions or queries please contact us via our social media or email us at admin@acgl.co.za.

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