The tournament got underway in Gaborone, Botswana on 8th July and runs until 16th July. Each game will be available via catch-up through the INF’s official page on video-sharing website YouTube.
The INF’s partnership with Tsena is being supported by Botswana TV and UK-based digital media specialist QTV Sports.
The INF said the initiative marks the first time it has taken a "mobile-first" approach to a global tournament.
The tournament marks the INF’s first Youth World Cup, following seven World Youth Championships since 1988. It also marks the first international INF event to take place in Africa.