Tunisia advances through the African qualifier with a lossless run and qualifies for E-frag.net's $100,000 2015 World Championships.
The E-frag.net 2015 World Championships African qualifier placed six African teams in a round-robin group stage, with the top team being the sole qualifier for an all-expenses paid trip to the finals from October 8-11 in Belgrade, Serbia.
Perhaps considered a favourite by some due to the presence of players of its nationality at the major level, South Africa was completely crushed by each team this tournament, with a fair share of controversy attached over the lineup which represnted the nation.
This year's nations cup will have a far more global reach (photo hltv.org)
Following a series of close games, it was Tunisia that ended up advancing as the winner of the group stage, finishing 5-0 with a positive 48 round differential. The five teams (out of 16 total) to have now qualified for the 2015 World Championships are:
11 more teams remain to qualify, with eight to eventually come through the ongoing European qualifier, and three to come through an Asian qualifier, the details for which are still forthcoming.