Ace Pro Gaming through its theme over the years has always been to BUILD COMMUNITIES in the electronic sports eco-system in Kenya. 

The esports sector in Kenya continues to grow with many different competitions happening both online and offline. “We are seeing the demand in esports tournaments just as it was in 2018 while at the same time an increase in the number of tournament organizers.” 

After a successful first season of the Ma Esto League Program that saw the Parklands-based Horizon Gaming Lounge carry the league, Ace Pro through its FIFA Division will be launching a new competitive division called REQUESTS. 


The REQUEST platform will be an on-demand competitive fixture that gives friends, social circles, individuals and corporate brands the power to request up to two registered Ma Esto Programs to play a match on a specific date in the schedule. 

“Request who you want to watch” 

 We look at the future of Esports especially broadcast purely decentralized. The REQUEST platform gives power to FIFA fans and the wider community members like content creators, small businesses, and journalists the ability to access and choose which players and teams they’d love to watch play. 

“The access to the REQUEST platform is the biggest part- easy, affordable, and will be readily available to everyone globally,” says Fanuel.  

“Two packages”

Split into two packages, one targeting individuals, social circles, friends while the second package will be for corporate companies and brands. “The players and lounge managers will receive a percentage share from the revenue generated from requests.” The packages will range from 799 KES (8$) to 13,999 KES (140$) making it affordable to access the Kenyan esports scene. 

Follow our social media pages for new and more information regarding REQUESTS and other esports updates. 

THE CHECK: Parklands Horizon Gaming Lounge bossed the inaugural season of the Ma Esto Program League.

Parklands-based gaming lounge and Esports Organization Horizon won the inaugural Ma Esto Program League in a convincing final against Buru Buru’s Qwerty Gaming Lounge. 

Led by Jackson, Horizon Gaming Lounge beat Qwerty 2-0 in a best of three-match series, winning both games convincingly. Jackson managed to net in eight goals passed Justin of the Buru58 team finishing the finals with 5-1, 3-1 scores.

Jackson came into the final as the favourite. He did not lose any match since his first-ever feature (Round Five). The Horizon player has gone 7-1 (W-L), 2 of the wins being in the scheduled Round Finals while two in the Ma Esto: Fainali. 

The two finalists finished the League having met five times, the Parklands assassin Jackson owning Justine four times. 

Catch the Ma Esto: Fainali RE-RUN this week Friday (6th August 2021) on our YouTube & Twitch Channels.

THE CHECK: A payout system that increases competition in all our league operations.

Ace Pro Gaming will be fully implementing its payout system that has been used by the Savanna Fight Night competitions, Ma Esto League & University Weekends. The core basis of the payout structure is to ease entry into our League operations, cushion esports players & managers in Kenya, and grow our competitive systems.

“More of payouts for everyone, and less of prize competitions for the top finishers only.” Says Ace Pro League Department. 

As we continue with our vision of building sustainable esports communities, payments to our players remain key. Making it easy for local gamers to enter competitions and earn out of their feature rather than only wins. 

The payment system focuses on reimbursing all players a cushion payout whether one loses or not. It also further encompasses a bonus for the wins making it more competitive.