Digital Afrique Telecom Partners with Clipfeed to Power Esports Communities in Africa

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Digital Afrique Telecom (DAT) has partnered with Clipfeed to provide esports solutions for mobile operators in Africa.

Clipfeed is a global esports entertainment company that powers esports communities through award-winning technology.

The company works with telecom operators, DTH, ISP and OEM partners to create innovative and compelling entertainment destinations for consumers.

DAT, on the other hand, is the go-to organization for everything SAAS and VAS for mobile operators in Africa. The company provides reliable and customizable mobile technology services and solutions to meet their customer needs with a strong technical and interconnected platform.

Through this partnership, DAT and Clipfeed will co-develop Africa Gaming box, a white label platform for mobile operators to offer e-sports services to their users throughout the continent.

This platform will include a comprehensive array of features such as live tournaments, engaging esports challenges, enticing rewards and much more.

Africa is a prime market for esports growth. The continent has a young and growing population, with over half of Africans under the age of 25. This is the demographic that is most likely to be interested in esports. Secondly, Africa is becoming increasingly connected to the internet.

In 2022, over 500 million Africans had access to the internet, and this number is expected to grow to over 1 billion by 2025. Finally, Africa has a rich culture of games and competition.

The partnership between DAT and Clipfeed offers a unique opportunity for mobile operators to tap into this booming market and enable easy access for mobile users to benefit from esports content.

The esports industry is expected to reach a value of $1.6 billion in 2023, and Africa is one of the key regions for potential growth.

The African esport market is growing faster than the global average, and the number of esports enthusiasts in sub-Saharan Africa is expected to reach 222 million by 2025.

Simplice Anoh, CEO of DAT, commented on the partnership, stating that Esport remains a huge opportunity in Africa and is extremely pleased to partner with Clipfeed to open the doors for the continent’s mobile operators to reap the benefits of this booming industry.

“Meanwhile, Clipfeed CEO and founder Michael Whelan said, “We are excited to partner with Digital Afrique Telecom to bring esports to mobile operators in Africa. This partnership will allow us to reach a wider audience and help to grow the esports community in Africa.”

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