Ghana

This Is Ghana

In the sun-kissed coastal domain of Ghana, there existed a community of builders who bore the name of the Ashanti Crafters. United by a shared love for their homeland’s vibrant shores and rich maritime history, these skilled individuals embarked on a noble mission to protect and preserve their coastal treasures using the power of Redstone.

 

The origins of the Ashanti Crafters’ endeavor stemmed from a deep-seated concern for the welfare of their coastal communities. As they witnessed the relentless encroachment of erosion and the increasing frequency of storms battering the shores, they knew they had to take action. Inspired by the spirit of innovation and ingenuity that defined their people, they turned to the virtual world of Minecraft as a canvas for their ambitions.

 

Within the bustling city of Kumasi, known as the heart of Ghana’s inland, the Kumasi Innovators emerged as pioneers in the field of shoreline defense. Armed with their mastery of Redstone engineering, they devised ingenious systems of automated gates and reinforced barriers to shield vulnerable coastal settlements from the ravages of the sea. Each circuit they wired and each mechanism they constructed was a testament to their unwavering commitment to safeguarding their homeland.

Meanwhile, in the bustling capital of Accra, the Accra Guardians delved into the depths of the ocean, deploying their Redstone expertise to create underwater barriers that would thwart the relentless onslaught of erosion. With precision and skill, they constructed underwater walls and barriers, utilizing the power of Redstone to control water currents and protect delicate coral reefs from destruction. Their efforts not only shielded the coastline but also preserved the marine biodiversity that thrived beneath the waves.

 

As the Ashanti Crafters continued their mission, their influence spread to the historic coastal city of Cape Coast, where the Cape Coast Builders took up the mantle of protecting maritime history with Redstone mastery. Drawing inspiration from the centuries-old forts and castles that dotted the coastline, they erected formidable defenses using Redstone-powered cannons and traps, safeguarding these relics of Ghana’s past for future generations to cherish.

 

But their endeavor was not without its challenges. The Ashanti Crafters faced skepticism and opposition from those who doubted the effectiveness of their methods. Yet, fueled by their passion for their homeland and the resilience of their spirit, they pressed on, undeterred by the obstacles in their path.

 

As the years passed, the impact of the Ashanti Crafters’ efforts became evident. Coastal communities once threatened by erosion now stood fortified against the elements, their cultural heritage preserved for generations to come. And as the waves lapped against the shores of Ghana, the Ashanti Crafters stood as guardians of the coast, their Redstone creations a testament to the power of innovation and the enduring spirit of unity in the face of adversity.

 
 
 
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Champion Team
February 2024

Country Qualifiers Schedule

[ 2 HOURS WEEKLY]

Tournament: Esports Matches

 

School teams will engage in competition against other teams from their respective countries. Each week presents a fresh challenge, demanding teams to swiftly adapt and master new skills for triumph. The triumphant team from the national tournament will advance to the prestigious Redstone Royale Africa finals slated for March. The Country Qualifiers consist of five single-elimination tournaments spanning five weeks, where the team or school accumulating the highest number of victories will secure their passage to the finals.

15 February 2024 – 14 March 2024

Participating Teams

PRIMUS HYBRID

QUEENSLAND

AL-RAYAN

YOUNG GRADUATES

WEEK 1 | 15 FEBRUARY

[ 2 HOURS WEEKLY]

Tournament: Single- Elimination 

 

Round 1: Primus Hybrid VS Young Graduates            14:15pm (GMT Ghana Time)

Round 2: Queensland VS Al-Rayan                                 14:45pm (GMT Ghana Time)

Round 3: Match 2 Winner VS Match 1 Winner            15:15pm (GMT Ghana Time)

 

WEEK 2 | 22 FEBRUARY

[ 2 HOURS WEEKLY]

Tournament: Single- Elimination 

 

Round 1: Queensland VS Young Graduates                14:15pm (GMT Ghana Time)

Round 2: Primus Hybrid VS Al-Rayan                            14:45pm (GMT Ghana Time)

Round 3: Match 2 Winner VS Match 1 Winner           15:15pm (GMT Ghana Time)

WEEK 3 | 29 FEBRUARY

[ 2 HOURS WEEKLY]

Tournament: Single- Elimination 

 

Round 1: Young Graduates VS Al-Rayan                      14:15pm (GMT Ghana Time)

Round 2: Primus Hybrid VS Queensland                      14:45pm (GMT Ghana Time)

Round 3: Match 2 Winner VS Match 1 Winner           15:15pm (GMT Ghana Time)

WEEK 4 | 7 March

[ 2 HOURS WEEKLY]

Tournament: Single- Elimination 

 

Round 1: Young Graduates VS Primus Hybrid            14:15pm (GMT Ghana Time)

Round 2: Al-Rayan VS Queensland                                 14:45pm (GMT Ghana Time)

Round 3: Match 2 Winner VS Match 1 Winner           15:15pm (GMT Ghana Time)

WEEK 5 | 20 March

[ 2 HOURS WEEKLY]

Tournament: Single- Elimination 

 

Round 1: Primus Hybrid VS Queensland                      14:15pm (GMT Ghana Time)

Round 2: Young Graduates VS Al-Rayan                     14:45pm (GMT Ghana Time)

Round 3: Match 2 Winner VS Match 1 Winner           15:15pm (GMT Ghana Time)

GRAND FINALS | 11 APRIL

Grand Finals Coming Soon