Following 500 submissions from 32 countries across the African continent, Digital Lab Africa celebrating its fourth edition has announced Robert Mensah from Nigeria and Tristan Mocke from South Africa winners in the video game category.
Nigerian media company Pulse and Good World Games today announced the introduction of Pulse Games channels across all its African digital media platforms (Pulse Nigeria, Pulse Ghana and Pulse Live Kenya). The channels will feature hundreds of premium hypercasual games along with some other content.
The piece below originally appeared in the Tribune Online, which is the online edition of other publications of African Newspapers of Nigeria (ANN) PLC.
Johana Riquier oversees strategic business development for Emerging Markets at Unity Technologies. She caught up with Kelechi Onyekwere, Unity Student Ambassador based in Nigeria. He used cinematics and storytelling in Unity for the first time to create a short fictional story to raise awareness of the pandemic, and encourage people to stay at home to save lives.
Nigerian developers Gbrossoft have announced a decision to postpone their upcoming third person action shooter – Outliver: Tribulation citing a desire to improve the technical performance and polish of the game.
The esports success story continues afoot as youth focused Kucheza Gaming, hosted its first esports Open at Avi-Cenna International School in Lagos, Nigeria.
With the esports revolution continuing its relentless domination of the digital entertainment space globally, its foray into the African gaming space has remained largely undocumented – until now. A new documentary due out later in the year shines the spotlight on the continents key players.
The University of Lagos in Nigeria’s most populated city will play host to a two day workshop from Epic Games in December.