CHECK: Ace Pro Gaming introduces the “Ma Esto” program.

Ace Pro Gaming through its FIFA Esports Division agrees to form an Esports program dubbed “Ma Esto” that seeks to grow, develop and cement Kenya’s FIFA scene. 

“Ma Esto,” a grassroots program will make it easy for FIFA lovers to engage selves through a roster of activities designed by Ace Pro League department. “We look at Ma Esto as a key to starting the conversation of Kenya’s Pro FIFA scene,” says Head of Leagues, Fanuel Opiyo.

The program will be the second installment of our FIFA Division (e-Lig Series) after a successful KUSA sanctioned inter-university tournament held late last year where Feiswall Abdalla from Kisii University beat Charles Njiri from JKUAT in the finals. 

“We believe this program will engage not only FIFA Esports enthusiasts, casual players around Kenya, but also local fans and corporates at the grassroots level,” says Fanuel. He added, “Our ambition is for the Ma Esto program to accelerate the adoption of grassroots Esports, to demonstrate the future of well-organized sports competition using technology, player-owned organizations, and a commercially viable structure.” 

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The Check: Ace Pro Gaming set to launch an Esports Program to help develop and build competitive FIFA players in Kenya.

Ace Pro Gaming through its FIFA Division “e-Lig Series” is set to launch a developmental program that seeks to increase the number of competitive FIFA players in the market.

The program will see new entrants, casual and competitive players taken through a program that helps position them for future tournaments and competitions. 

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FOCUS: Kenya to host a global esports event this year with the announcement of the Esports WRC 2021 Calendar.

A big statement for the state of Esports in Kenya as a global competition touches down this year in June. The state of esports in the country continues to shape up with global esports firms’ interests looking to expand to African markets.

The announcement made last year by WRC creators Nacon alongside Toyota Gazoo Racing showcased a busy schedule ahead with a total of thirteen rounds kicking off this month in Monte Carlo, Monaco.

WRC Safari Rally 2021

The Kenyan stage will take place mid-year in June between the 18th to 21st. This is a huge step towards the growing state of electronic sports in Kenya. With efforts of growing the industry, Ace Pro Gaming has been highlighting the state of the casual motorsports community in Kenya that is slowly growing and morphing into a competitive group (Esports).

“Breaking away from seasons past when rounds have regularly taken place on the same weekends as WRC events, the 2021 Esports WRC season will see several rounds taking place a week before the actual rally, creating additional hype in the buildup to events. This is the case for Monte-Carlo, Rally Sweden, Rally Italy, Safari Rally Kenya and Rally Finland.”