No continent is safe from esports as we unveil the first ever esports championship on the African continent - the ESL African Championship, presented by Kwesé. Together with Kwesé Sports, Econet Media’s premium sports content platform, we are excited to give 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.
No Relation Team vs. drinkpizza (21 August 2017 - Arabic commentary)
Damage Control vs. Flipsid3 Africa (21 August 2017)
xspiritsama vs. Menlyn, Saliom vs. dosboxx, sythe vs. henrilys
OverGame vs. dosboxx, sythe vs. Menlyn, xspiritsama vs. henrilys, Saliom vs. djrab
Limitless.gg vs Drinkpizza (16 August - Arabic commentary)
Damage Control took on xTc Gaming in the first match for the night, while Big 5 eSports tackled Flipsid3 Africa
A Thursday night means that more CS:GO group stages matches were played in the second season of the ESL African Championship.
All eyes were fixed on the matchup between Limitless and Tunisia With Love (TWL) in the first group stage games for the ESL Africa Championship.
The top eight teams from North and South Africa can officially get down to business from tonight.
Tonight’s matchup will see Goliath Gaming take on VexxedPhoenix at 19:00, which will be followed by Southern5 against Flipsid3 Africa at approximately 21:00.