Kucheza Gaming has joined forces with Digital Schoolhouse (DSH), a UK-based programme which uses play-based learning to engage the next generation of pupils and teachers, to deliver Computer Science lessons to young people in Nigeria.
Electronic Sports North Africa (ESNA) have created a new social gaming platform with the primary aim of bringing together gamers of Morocco together. Currently in beta, ESNA claims to be the first 100% Moroccan tool […]
Emerge Gaming Limited, the operator of online eSports and casual gaming competition and tournament platform technology, has signed an agreement with Mobile Telephone Networks Proprietary Limited (MTN) to distribute, market and operate Emerge’s platform technology under the brand “MTN Arena”, in South Africa.
Tunisian outfit, NewGen Studios have finally revealed the date for their upcoming MOBA – Clash: Mutants Vs Pirates along with a new Early Access trailer.
2Africa is one of the largest subsea projects in the world, connecting 23 countries in Africa, the Middle East and Europe. Great news for those in the digital creative sectors.
Bukola Akingbade is the founder of Kucheza Gaming, a Nigeria based startup creating Africa’s largest community of young gamers through a fusion of gaming, education and culture delivered in a non threatening and inclusive way. She shares her thoughts on the potential of gaming and education.
The piece below originally appeared in the Tribune Online, which is the online edition of other publications of African Newspapers of Nigeria (ANN) PLC.
With the world in the throes of a Covid-19 pandemic, its virility has begun to have an impact on the continents calendar of gaming activities. One such major victim is the Casablanca Gaming Expo which has been postponed indefinitely.
The city of Casablanca will host, from March 27 to 29, the first edition of the Moroccan video game show “Casablanca Gaming Expo”, which hopes to bring together the entire ecosystem of national and African gaming.
The esports success story continues afoot as youth focused Kucheza Gaming, hosted its first esports Open at Avi-Cenna International School in Lagos, Nigeria.