Carry1st Africa Cup announced with massive prize pool

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Carry1st Africa Cup announced with massive prize pool

Attention, Call of Duty: Mobile esports fans! Africaā€™s leading mobile games publisher, Carry1st, recently announced a huge new tournament for local gamers to look forward to. It is called the Carry1st Africa Cup, and you shouldn’t miss out. Here’s what we know so far.

Carry1st Africa Cup details

According to a press release we’ve received, the event will bring together the top players and teams from South Africa, Egypt, Ghana, Kenya, Morocco, and Nigeria as they compete for their share of the huge $15,000 prize pool. At the current Dollar to Rand exchange rate, that’s roughly R280,000.

There will be qualifying rounds for each region, and the main event will be an in-person showdown. So, how do you sign up? Well, at the time of writing, you can’t. Signups will open on Monday, 27 May 2024, via the Carry1st website. The precise time is unknown.

The qualifiers are expected to run in June and July, with the finals taking place in August 2024. Get your team of five together, as this is going to be an exciting ride.

Carry1st’s CEO and Co-Founder, Cordel Robbin-Coker, explains: “Carry1st Africa Cup is a realization of our vision of uniting the continent’s gamers and reflects our broader mission to enhance gaming experiences in Africa. We’re excited to bring together Call of Duty: Mobile teams from major gaming hubs like Egypt, Ghana, Kenya, Morocco, Nigeria and South Africa. We’re proud to play our part in this booming esports ecosystem that will only continue to grow across the continent.”

Guillaume NoĆ©, VP of Growth at Carry1st, states: “Having laid the groundwork with the successful launch of COD:M servers in Nigeria and South Africa, we are excited to take the next step by bringing competitive gaming to the forefront. The Cup is set to be an exhilarating celebration of African gaming talent, and we can’t wait to witness the action unfold.”

That sure is an exciting prospect, and we simply can’t wait to learn even more about the Carry1st Africa Cup. Remember to register as soon as you can via the Carry1st Africa Cup page when registrations open on 27 May 2024. We expect registration to be free of charge. You can already note your interested by filling in some details on the aforementioned page.

Header image via Carry1st.

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