New prediction game launched by Kwesé Sports

Johannesburg, South Africa – Kwesé Sports has launched a new EFC prediction game which could see you walk away with some awesome prizes.

The Big5TakeDown game will kick off this weekend with EFC 57 at Carnival City – an event that will be broadcast live on the Kwesé app.

Download and log into the new Kwesé App at the click of a button. Download the Android app at Google Play, or the iOS version at the App Store!

All you need to do to get your hands on some prizes is predict the winners of the five main bouts, and also how the fight will be won.

Register at

Making Selections
For each of the 5 bouts, simply tap the method to predict who’ll win the fight, and how they’ll win.

A fight can be won by:
EITHER Knock Out / Technical Knockout
OR by Submission / Decision.

Scoring Points
Score points for correctly predicting who’ll win the 5 main bouts of EFC 57, with bonus points for how each fight will be won. Score the most points and you win the competition!

For Correctly Predicting The Winner
Featherweight Title (250)
Heavyweight 1 (200)
Heavyweight 2 (200)
Middleweight (150)
Lightweight (120)

Method Bonus Points
30 points for correctly predicting how each fight will be won. You need to correctly select the winner of the fight to be awarded the method bonus.

Create a League and compete against yours friends, family and work colleagues. Share your league with others using WhatsApp, Twitter or email.

1st, 2nd and 3rd place – 4 x tickets per position to EFC 58 (in CT) or EFC 59 (Jhb) (depending where you are based)
4th-5th place – 2 tickets per position to EFC58 (in CT) or EFC 59 (Jhb) (depending where you are based)
6-10 place – EFC cap

EFC 57: Kabesa vs Henry 2, presented by on Saturday 4 March 2017 at Carnival City, Johannesburg. Tickets are on sale at, and the 5 main card bouts will be broadcast live on (Sub-Saharan Africa), Kwesé Free Sports (Kenya & Rwanda) and live in South Africa on SABC 3 starting at 21:00 (CAT). Full broadcast details available on