Four Universities have so far confirmed their interest in participating in the inaugural e-Lig Universities series set to kick off in the fall of this year and will run throughout 2019.
HORSEMEN (KENYATTA UNIVERSITY)
The Horsemen will be led by Bruno “GrimReeper” Sorre who has promised to bring wins for the K.U based team. He will be joined by Stanley “Winchester” Dindi, Maxwell “Max” Murila, and Marvin “Marv” Anthony.
MASTERS OF MAYHEM (T.U.K)
The Masters of Mayhem boast of a regular competitive FIFA player in Kenya who also doubles as the captain Kevin “Kevo CK” Omondi. Kevo CK averaged 3.1 goals in the EAGC FIFA18 competition administered by Ace Pro Gaming. He finished first with 46 goals in 15 games. He will be joined by another regular in Nairobi competition Epsilon Malvin who averaged 3.6 goals in the EAGC FIFA18 Competition (44 goals in 12 games) he played. Other members include “Gift” and “Tosh”.
HORIZON (UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI)
The University of Nairobi will be led by Collins “Armylish” Oyindo and has a great pack of FIFA enthusiasts. Horizon organization boasts of a great likeminded team that has played together over the years and they believe they will bring great competition in the e-Lig series. Collins will be joined by Brian “Yobra” Bungu, Naimoi “Nim” Daniel, and Frank “Pablo” Moses.
MAUWANO ORGANIZATION (MOUNT KENYA UNIVERSITY)
This team will be led by the FIFA serial killer, Peter Mumu, commonly known as “Flossin Mauwano”. Peter continues to grow and cement his name as one of the greatest competitive FIFA players in Kenya. He was runners up at The EAGC FIFA18 competition where he averaged 3.6 goals per game scoring 55 goals in 15 games; he won the Tric Gaming tournament 2018 and has participated in various tourneys across Nairobi. Owing to the rich number of players to pick from, Flossin is still in a dilemma to select his best team. We are eagerly waiting to see who he selects to join him in the Mauwano Team.
e-LIG UNIVERSITY SERIES
The e-Lig series continues to shape up with only two University slots left. The series will see six universities compete in a format designed by Ace Pro Gaming tournaments team.