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#34 Sylvia Gathoni

Meet Sylvia, aka Queen Arrow, a professional gamer and content creator for UYU and a Global eSports Federation Member. Sylvia plays Tekken professionally in tournaments, and she was the first African to be signed to a major e-sports team. Sylvia tells us more about herself and how she was able to make a name for […]

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#33 Malindi Chipenzi

Malindi is a Zambian student, gamer, content creator for Ai Gaming, and self-proclaimed extroverted introvert. She has a streaming channel on YouTube called Mali-Chan’s Bizarre Adventures and a Ko-fi page where she showcases her love for cosplay. Get to know Malindi and what are thoughts are on how to get noticed as a gamer. Tell […]

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#30 Cholwe Shabukali
Cholwe Shabukali

Meet Cholwe, co-founder of Team Gematrix, the first Esports Organisation in Zambia founded in 2018, with the vision of creating a platform for talent to grow and nurture their careers and compete with the very best around the world. Gematrix has competed in tournaments locally and internationally in Zambia, Kenya, South Africa, Ireland, and North […]

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#28 Fakiyesi Abisola Anthonia
Fakiyesi

This interview is a republished interview. This week we’re celebrating African women in eSports and their position in the games industry. Meet Fakiyesi, a promising 18-year-old Nigerian footballer and gamer. Not only does she play FIFA, but Fakiyesi also showcases her own football highlights on her growing YouTube Channel, Abisola _games. Get to know Fakiyesi, […]

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#27 Ritalucia Henry-Andoh
Ritalucia Henry-Andoh

Ritalucia is a gamer, streamer, and intersectional feminist from Ghana. She is also the co-founder of an art collective called Artemartis which aims to grow artistic talent in the country. Get to know Ritalucia, how she balances her love for art and gaming, and what her advice is for streamers. Tell us about yourself, Ritalucia. […]

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