With the esports revolution continuing its relentless domination of the digital entertainment space globally, its foray into the African gaming space has remained largely undocumented – until now. A new documentary due out later in the year shines the spotlight on the continents key players.

Directed by Carine Moulot and supported by the African Film Society the documentary is the first deep dive into the burgeoning industry with a focus on interviews and footage from Ivory Coast, Ghana, Nigeria, Cameroon, Burkina Faso.

This is the very first documentary film on esport in Africa, which offers an immersion at the heart of its emergence on the continent.
A fascinating journey to discover the fun video industry which will exclusively reveal the intimacy of its main players, including: event organizers, gamers, video game developers, game room owners , resellers etc …

The 90 minute documentary doesn’t have a firm date for general release, but will be available in both French and English.

For more on the film, visit the Watch Out website.