February 29, 2024

The Tribe Africa Pro Series: Africa’s Hottest Free Fire Competition

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In a groundbreaking announcement, The Tribe, in collaboration with the African Cyber Gaming League (ACGL) and Carry1st, has unveiled the highly anticipated Tribe Africa Pro Series (APS) featuring the popular battle royale game, Free Fire. This monumental event aims to showcase the immense talent of African gamers and provide them with a platform to compete on an international level. With a prize pool of $1,500, the APS is set to be an intense and exhilarating tournament that no avid Free Fire player in Africa can afford to miss.

The APS is a landmark initiative, serving as a testament to the rapid growth and increasing influence of the gaming industry across the African continent. It offers an unprecedented opportunity for aspiring gamers and established teams to come together, put their skills to the test, and battle it out in a thrilling showdown.

Divided into four regions (Northern, Western, Eastern, and Southern Africa), the APS will culminate in an electrifying grand final where the top teams from each region will go head-to-head to claim victory. This unique format ensures representation from every corner of Africa, fostering a sense of unity and camaraderie among players as they vie for the prestigious title.

NORTHERNWESTERNEASTERNSOUTHERN
TunisiaBeninBurundiAngola
LibyaBurkina FasoCongoBotswana
MoroccoChadComorosLesotho
EgyptCameroonCentral African RepublicMadagascar
AlgeriaCabo VerdeDjiboutiMalawi
 Cote d’IvoireEthiopiaMozambique
 Equi GuineaEritreaNamibia
 GabonKenyaReunion
 The GambiaRwandaSouth Africa
 GhanaSeychellesSwaziland
 GuineaSomaliaZambia
 Guinea-BissauSouth SudanZimbabwe
 LiberiaSudan 
 MauritaniaTanzania 
 ma MaliUganda 
 Niger  
 Nigeria  
 Senegal  
 Sierra Leone  
 Togo  
 Western Saharah  
Countries eligible for the Tribe Africa Pro Series

Carry1st, a leading mobile gaming platform, has pledged to fulfil the impressive $1,500 prize pool, further emphasising its commitment to empowering African gamers and contributing to the development of the gaming ecosystem on the continent. This infusion of financial support not only highlights the potential for lucrative opportunities within the African gaming industry but also serves as a testament to the rising prominence of esports in Africa.

With Free Fire’s fast-paced gameplay and strategic elements, the APS promises to be an adrenaline-fueled event that will captivate both participants and spectators alike. African gamers will have the chance to showcase their skills, teamwork, and ingenuity on a grand stage, leaving a lasting impression on the wider gaming community.

The APS is expected to attract a multitude of players from all walks of life, fostering a sense of inclusion and diversity within the gaming sphere. Whether you’re a seasoned professional or a passionate amateur, this tournament provides an avenue for individuals to connect, learn, and grow together, transcending geographic boundaries and cultural differences.

The partnership between The Tribe, ACGL, and Carry1st represents a significant step forward in the recognition and support of African esports. By harnessing the power of collaboration, these organisations are pioneering the development of a robust and sustainable esports ecosystem that can rival those of other regions around the globe.

So, if you’re an avid Free Fire player in Africa, the time to seize your opportunity is now. Rally your teammates, fine-tune your strategies, and prepare to immerse yourself in the excitement of the Tribe Africa Pro Series. The battlefield awaits, and with $1,500 up for grabs, this could be your chance to claim the spotlight and etch your name into the annals of African gaming history.

For more information on registration and tournament details, visit https://acgl.gg/africanproseries.