Saturday 15 April 2017

Change is in the air...

Mohammed Saad (President of CAeS) with Colin Webster (General Secretary of CAeS) at IeSF's 5th World Championships - Bucharest
The Confederation of African eSports (CAeS) was established in 2008.

The founder members of such federation were Egypt, South Africa, and Tunisia.

After a great deal of discussion, Mohammed Saad of Egypt was elected in as the first president of CAeS. Under Mohammed's guidance CAeS has grown from the original three members to 6 in total.

Members now include Ghana, Namibia, and Zimbabwe. There are another 3 African countries that are also applying for membership.

CAeS sees as its main goals:

Any change in leadership will probably see these goals still be actively pursued with the vim and vigour of the outgoing committee.

The elections shall be held in November 2017, and the positions of President, General Secretary, and Vice-President are up for grabs.

Only member federations in good-standing may nominate candidates.

The closing date for nominations is 1 October 2017.

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