Enter Africa, World Esports Consortium and Esports.NGO, as a technical partner, announced the launch of Afrika Esports Series, a large-scale esports event in Africa. The series of professional tournaments between countries starts in 4 disciplines at once:
Electronic sports, popularly known as esports is a competitive form of gaming facilitated by electronic systems such as PCs, gaming consoles, and mobile phones. Esports players play video games together, competitively, in tournaments, esports leagues, etc. We have seen the competitive video gaming scene grow to a multi-million industry in […]
Afrika Esports Series, the first continental professional esports event of the kind, has opened up its portal for registration of participants in the first-ever pan-Africa eSport championship slated for later this year
This year’s gamescom holds 100% virtually and 100% free for the first time in the history of the convention. At the end of August, the whole games world will be talking about gamescom and the latest games.
Africacomicade, a platform that brings together enthusiasts and digital creatives across the games, animation, comics, and movie industry in Africa via curated events such as conventions and game jams, debuts virtually and it is very well received.
As part of her art and games world tour, Isabelle Arvers has been exploring the video art and video gaming culture in Nigeria enroute her travels to Ghana and Senegal (He will also visit Kenya, Egypt and Madagascar before leaving Africa). Her world tour has seen her in parts of Asia and Latin America.
Enter Africa, Goethe Institut and SpielFabrique have announced that three studios out of the 6 finalists have been declared winners of the Enter Africa competition for the quality of their African video game concepts.
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In the wake of the Enter Africa programme, a project implented by Goethe Institut accross 15 African Countries (Senegal, Cote D’Ivoire, Ghana, Burkinna faso, Togo, Cameroon, South Africa, Nigeria, DRC, Uganda, Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania and Namibia), the network and Goethe Institut have been developing new ways for future cooperation and partnerships across and beyond the continent.
Epic Games, the developers of Unreal Engine, are coming to Nigeria to support the growing game development industry. The two-day wokshop holding in Unilag, Lagos will cover beginner and expert hacks with the engine. There will also be a special class on cross-platform conversion of projects for those who are interested in porting Unity Engine projects to the Unreal Engine.