Kenya to host Africa’s premier esports championship

Kenya will host the first ever African Esports Championships  in August this year.

The grandfinals expected to tke place in Kenya will see over 52 eSports players from 24 countries battle it out for the top prizes in FIFA and Tekken.

Already the Kenyan qualifiers have been ongoing at the K1 club house with FIFA league having been played in the past two weekends already.

On April 20, the battle continues as players take on each other in Tekken at the same venue.

The championships is supported by What’s Good Studios and Ludique Works, K1 and NRG Radio.

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