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  • AFRICA AND VIDEO GAMES: A MATCH MADE IN HEAVEN?

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  • Number of smartphone users to reach three billion by end of year as consumer spending exceeds $92 billion

    Not long ago, Africa and video games were worlds apart. Fantasy settings and well-known European and North American landscapes dominated our screens, flickering fuzzy recognition. Today, fortunately, this is a thing of the past. Developers are taking interest in cultures, geography, and history of the massive continent. They are digging deeper into rich diversity...

  • 11 Games Putting South Africa On The Global Gaming Map

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  • In the last few years, the South African game development industry has seen some staggering growth with a plethora of great titles making waves in the international gaming scene. From action-packed platformers to quirky cleaning sims, SA devs have proven that they boast some serious creative talent and an undeniable dedication to their craft.

    In celebration of our bustling and ever-growing gaming scene, we’ve decided to round up some of South Africa’s most notable gaming titles....

  • How 'Clash Royale' Could Play A Big Role In Boosting Mobile Esports' Already Explosive Growth

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  • James Wingard had never thought about being a professional esports competitor. Now, the 17-year-old Los Angeles resident, who's also known as "Wings," is part of one of the world's biggest esports organizations.

    He's playing in a new league that boasts a $1 million prize pool — and he's doing it all on his phone with "Clash Royale."

    Made by game publisher Supercell, "Clash Royale" is a mobile electronic sports game that pits players in head-to-head strategic matches to...

  • China’s Education Ministry Moves To Curtail Screen Time For Games To Prevent Myopia

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  • China’s Ministry of Education issued a notice on Thursday aimed at preventing myopia, or nearsightedness, among children and adolescents by limiting the screen time for mobile devices, PCs, and consoles, according to market researcher Niko Partners.

    The aim is to reduce the myopia rate among kids and teens by more than 5 percentage points through 2023. That means enacting restrictions on usage of electronic devices by kids and teens at home and school. And that means that regulati...

  • Ynaija: THE WEST AFRICAN GAMING EXPO 2018 IS THE BLOCKBUSTER YOU DON’T WANT TO MISS

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  • West African Gaming Expo (WAGE ) is back for the fifth year running, and this year is set to be a blockbuster.

    The organizers of West Africa’s only technology conference and exhibition focusing on animation, video games and related products, have put together their largest event yet to celebrate 5 Years of WAGE events.

    WAGE which is a platform for content creators working in the African continent and looking to showcase their digital content, is slated to host a three-d...