What we already know is that South Africa has few, if any professional gamers,
Gamers immediately blame competition organizers for not providing enough prize monies. However, it is not prize-money that makes a professional gamer.
What does make a professional gamer is nothing more, or less, than a salary.
Looking at the clans in South Africa there does not seem to be a single clan that has made any real effort to become a viable business that employs their gamers as employees in order to play for them.
In my opinion they are not!
It is all just 'smoke and mirrors'.
Gamers must therefore stop deluding themselves to be professional gamers when the clans that they play for fall so far short themselves.
When the gamers stop deluding themselves, the gamers will be able on putting pressure on their clans to 'pull finger' and start delivering.
Until then, gaming in South Africa will only be of an amateur status, and those that enter the DGL for their prizes and prize-money will continue to be part of a great delusion wherein clan owners do nothing for their gamers from a professional point of view.