April 25, 2024
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Founder of Alpha Clan Esports, Nick Kanungi, has called for the key players in the Kenyan esports scene to join hands and put in place the right structures and policies to develop esports in the country.

Kanungi stated he believes that the East African nation is still lagging behind other African nations due to the lack of proper systems, structures and policies to accelerate the country’s growth.

“It took me a while to understand why Kenya’s esports scene is still lagging behind despite the country having a rich gaming culture and other factors that could place us at a better position than most African countries.” the Alpha Clan Esports founder said

“Unlike other African countries, Kenya is still lagging in developing the proper systems, structures and policies that could potentially accelerate the growth of esports. I believe where system and policy issues have been addressed, then most of the huddles have been overcome.”

He therefore called on the key players in the Kenyan esports to come together under one body to accelerate the growth of esports in the country.

The key players in the Kenyan esports scene need to join hands (under one body) to create harmony in this sector.

Founder of Alpha Clan Esports, Nick Kanungi

Kenya have qualified to represent the continent in Rocket League at the 2022 Commonwealth Esports Championship (CEC) to be held from August 6-7 in Birmingham, England.

The East African nation finished second at the Commonwealth Esports Championship – Africa Regional Finals to secure their place defeating Ghana (3-0), and Malawi (3-1) before falling to defeat against South Africa (3-0).

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