Africa’s leading esports organization, the Lagos Esports Forum (LESF) has concluded plans for the official launch of the Africa Mobile Community Liga (AMCL).
The Africa Mobile Community Liga (AMCL) is a premier mobile game league for Gamers in Sub-Sahara Africa that will be played on various game titles over the next few months. The launch which is billed for February 15, 2021 will feature the hugely popular Call of Duty Mobile title and will run for 6 weeks.
The Africa Mobile Community Liga (Call of Duty Mobile) will feature 22 Teams from 5 countries (Nigeria, Ghana, South Africa, Mauritius & Kenya) playing in 2 Divisions – The Premier Division with 10 Teams and the Championship Division with 12 Teams.
According to the League Commissioner, Ife Akintaju, the Africa Mobile Community Liga (AMCL) has become a necessity with the growth and development of mobile gaming in Africa and the need to harness the potentials of the Gamers Community through a structured league and beyond just playing micro-tournament all year round.
The Lagos ESports Forum was founded in March 2020 to impact the African Esports ecosystem through the objectives of Education, Engagement and Empowerment. The LESF is a member of the prestigious Global Esports and was the Official Presenting Partner of the World Connected Series 2020 (Sub-Sahara Africa Community Tournament).
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