The second edition of the Google for Startups Black Fund in Africa recently released the list of 60 startups that will benefit from the fund in 2022. Among the list of startups is Gamr from Nigeria.
Gamr founded by Kunmi Adenipebi, Seyi Fakoya and Eniola Edun is an online subscription platform that allows gamers to interact with each other and enables tournament organizers to host events.
Kunmi the CEO of Gamr had the following to say; “Gamr has been a project of intense sacrifice, learning and growth. In the past 11 months, my cofounders and I, along with our ever-enthusiastic team, have strived to improve gaming culture and esports adoption on the continent.
This vision of ours seems outlandish to some, impossible to many, but not to Google for startups. We have gotten an adrenaline shot! We set out to leap, but now we can soar! And we want you here as we continue this journey of ours.
I am elated to share that Gamr has been selected among 60 other equally amazing startups as part of the second edition of the Google for Startups Black Fund in Africa! Our team is revved and ready to go!”
To view, the full list of recipients of the Black Founders Fund follow the link: https://campus.co/africa/black-founders-fund/