April 21, 2024

FUSE Cup reaffirms partnership with Esports Africa Tournament

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For their next 2023 Global Just Dance competition, which spans from February 9 to May 18, the Federation of United Schools Esports (FUSE) Cup has announced that they will continue their partnership with African online esports and gaming event management site Esports Africa Tournament (EAT).

Following the announcement made on the FUSE Cup social media channels, EAT with support from Compnow will continue to oversee the Africa Qualifiers for the competition, which will see 16 all girl teams from 8 African schools battle it out on April 12 for a spot at the Global Final on May 18.

“We are thrilled to be working with Esports Africa Tournament again on our upcoming Global Just Dance 2023 competition. Through generous sponsorship and support from Compnow, 16 all girl teams from 8 African schools will compete in the African Final.”

The FUSE Cup is an international network of schools connected in providing young students with an opportunity to participate in a safe, supportive and structured national esports competition while developing positive gaming behaviours and digital wellbeing.

Leading esports organisation in Africa, Esports Africa Tournament is committed to fostering esports talent all around the continent. The 2022 edition of the FUSE Cup Global Just Dance competition and the AU Esports Connect are some of the noteworthy esports events that EAT organised. The team also offers coaching and training to budding esports players and aims to spread knowledge of the advantages of esports.

“The development of esports in Africa has grown in leaps from the last few years and one exciting organisation is Esports Africa Tournament. The unique events developed including AU Esports Connect and AU Esports Connect Femme (female only event) is connecting many esports athletes, esports teams, associated businesses and educational institutions.” Gabriel Atsu Sikanku, a co-founder of EAT, commented on the progress of the institution.