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Kwesé TV is a pay-as-you-watch satellite TV service, offering over 50 channels of world-class entertainment. Subscribe to Kwesé TV and get automatic access on your decoder and on up to five other devices. Currently Kwesé TV (as a satellite pay-TV service) is only available in Rwanda, Zambia, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Ethiopia, Malawi, Botswana, Namibia, Lesotho, Swaziland and Nigeria with more African countries to follow soon. Viewers in other countries can stream Kwesé TV on a device, or catch Kwesé Free Sports on free-to-air TV.

Kwesé Gamer is the video games and esports division within Kwesé TV. Through international partnerships, Kwesé Gamer hosts esports tournaments such as ESL African Championship and the Kwesé Hearthstone Fireside Gathering. In addition to that, Kwesé Gamer also serves as a platform for the latest video games and esports news, videos and content.

If you live in Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda, Nigeria, Uganda, Botswana (Gaborone only), Ghana, Namibia or Zambia, you can watch Kwesé Free Sports (KFS) on free-to-air television and on the Kwesé iOS and Android app. Kwesé TV also offers free add-on content via the Kwesé App and the website, available for viewers throughout Africa.

Kwesé TV acquired the content rights to ESPN content on the African continent in 2017. That means that Kwesé TV can broadcast ESPN programming on its channels and populates that African ESPN website with content - including the esports page.

​Absolutely. For now, all live video streams from the ESL African Championship can be access for free on Twitch and on Kwesé Gamer’s Facebook page.

Kwesé Gamer can be contacted on its Facebook page, on Twitter and through Instagram. Links to the appropriate accounts or located in the top righ-hand corner of the page.

​At the moment, Kwesé Gamer host the ESL African Championship, which comprises of Counter-Strike Global Offensive, and the hugely-popular mobile card game Hearthstone. Typically the tournament runs from May to October, with several stages throughout.

Together with Kwesé Gamer and ESL, the ESL African CHampionship gives South African CS:GO players and top Hearthstone players from all regions a platform on which to showcase their skills. A total prize pool of R2.000.000 for 2017, which equals to more than US$150.000 per season, will be up for grabs.The inaugural season of the ESL African Championship will run from April to June, with the official qualifiers on Saturday, April 15th, followed directly by the second season, starting in July. The grand finals of season two will culminate in October in Johannesburg. There, the top four teams and players in both CS:GO and Hearthstone will get the chance to compete against each other on the big stage.

​To enter the ESL African Championship, you would need to register for one of the open qualifier days. Keep an eye on this website, the ESPN esports page and on social media for exact dates and entry requirements.