The Pan African Gaming Union is a group partnership of like-minded gaming communities from different countries in Africa coming together with the intent of improving the status of gaming in Africa. The group started off with broadcasted eSports events as its tool of trade in a bid to improve this state. The events were broadcasted mainly on YouTube, Twitch and Facebook. The event brings together different eSports teams in Africa with intent to encourage competition and eSports as a profession.
So far countries in senate membership include Kenya, Ethiopia, Ghana, Senegal, Angola, Zambia, Zimbabwe and South Africa. It is backed by communities and companies such as Gaming For Kenya, D5 Ethiopia, SEN-Games, Major Esports League and Ludohub. So far they have started with friendly matches known as the PAGU Open Challenge in a bid to kick off the PAGU Championship. More countries are building interest in the movement to made their eSports teams be well known and also make a name in the gaming industry of Africa.