The African qualifier for 2016's World Championship will mostly follow the system of the North American counterpart, as it'll feature six teams in two best-of-one, round-robin groups.
Lineups of South Africa, Morocco, Libya, Egypt, Algeria and Tunisia will fight for the opportunity to represent Africa in Belgrade from October 5-9. Their full lineups can be found in a document here.
|Group A||Group B|
Top two sides from each group will go on to play single-elimination, best-of-three semi-finals before the finalists play a best-of-five for the spot at the eight-team finals.
The full schedule for the African qualifier is following:
|Wednesday, August 3rd|
|Thursday, August 4th|
|19:00||Egypt||vs. South Africa||BO1|
|21:00||Libya||vs. South Africa||BO1|
|Friday, August 5th|
|Saturday, August 6th|
So far we've seen all other qualifiers outside of Europe find their winners, as the following four teams are already locked in for the finals taking place in Belgrade, Serbia: