Fantasy games have grown in popularity in Africa in recent years, and there are several platforms that offer fantasy games based on African leagues and tournaments. Some examples of fantasy games that are popular in Africa include:
Confederation of African Football (CAF) Fantasy League: This platform allows users to select players from different African leagues, including the Nigerian Professional Football League (NPFL) and the Ghana Premier League, to form a fantasy team and compete against other users for cash prizes.
Superbru: This platform offers fantasy games for various sports, including football. Users can create their own private leagues and invite friends or other users to join, and compete against each other based on the performances of real-life players for cash prizes.
Soccer Manager: This is a browser-based football management game, where you can manage a virtual football team, pick a formation, buy and sell players, and compete against other users in a virtual league for cash prizes.
Dream11: This is a global fantasy sports platform that allows users to create teams using real-life players and compete against other users for cash prizes.
Additionally, some platforms have started to offer fantasy games in local currencies, which could be a good way to attract more players and increase the overall size of the market.
It is worth noting that, as the fantasy sports industry is not regulated in many African countries, it is important to be cautious when participating in fantasy games that offer cash prizes and to make sure that the platform is reputable and legally compliant. It is also important to be aware of the laws and regulations in your area before participating in any fantasy games that offer cash prizes.