South Africa, then Namibia, which was quickly followed by Egypt, Zimbabwe, and Tunisia that created National eSports Federations.
However, now there is Ghana under the leadership of the ever
energetic Ebenezer Kwesi Hayford.
The Ghanaian eSports Association, which is only one-year old and
based in the city of Accra, has already successfully applied for
membership of the Confederation of African eSports (CAeS) and is
hoping to be accepted into membership of the International eSports Federation (IeSF) later this year.
With the inclusion of Ghana into CAeS, eSports takes another step
forward to be included in the All African Games and further helps
create a greater awareness of eSports as a fully accredited sport
among African states.
The addition of yet another African State will also further help
Africa compete on a wider international level.