ESports is a real sport as explained here:
http://24h00.info/2017/09/28/esport-entertainment-or-a-sport-on-its-own-right/?lang=en. Africa could not escape this phenomenon born with computers and the rise of online games. Better yet, the latest projections show that the cradle of humanity will be the first continent eSport by 2050. Orange, MSI, Redbull: all jostling for the African eSport. African players are mobile and do not hesitate to challenge the best players at the IESF World Championships. Algerians, Egyptians, Senegalese, Moroccans, Malagasy, Tunisians … the whole of Africa see professional teams born and events get organized. The cash prize is increasing. As was the case in Algiers with 124 players from all over Africa and a cash prize of 1 million dinars. The teams are very strong and give a hard time to big teams like the Senegalese team Black Otakus did against the very famous LDLC team. Far from being a hobby in Africa, eSport is a sport, a profession that can be learned, maintained and perfected. In South Africa for starters, gaming rooms were born. The competitions are covered by certain media, but this is done country by country and not continent-wide. Thus, who to cover all the competitions? who to give the floor to African players throughout the year? who to bring African eSport to the international scale? We, therefore, thought it would be wise to create eSport Africa: the African eSport media which takes the whole content and gives voice to all the players, and focuses on competitions but also players and developers. A very inclusive media that allows African players to give their opinion, share images and videos of an event. ESport Africa is made by Africans for Africans!