Esports Africa News (EAN) co-founder Gabriel Atsu Sikanku is set to take the stage at the Microsoft Build After Party – Accra, scheduled to be held on July 1. This eagerly anticipated event will take place at the Accra Technical University Auditorium and is aimed at software engineers, developers, and users of various Microsoft technologies, including Windows, Azure, and the Power Platform.
The conference, hosted by Gold Microsoft Learn Student Ambassadors Prince Adimado and Shadrack Inusah, offers an exciting platform for attendees to explore new tools and technologies, engage with experts, and gain hands-on experience with the latest advancements in the field. As part of the After Party, Gabriel Atsu Sikanku will present a captivating talk on the topic “Minecraft – a tool for STEAM education in Africa.”
Minecraft, the immensely popular sandbox game, has transcended the realm of entertainment and become a powerful tool for education. Recognising its potential, Gabriel Atsu Sikanku, an influential figure in the African esports and gaming industries, will shed light on how Minecraft can revolutionise STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) education in Africa. By harnessing the game’s creative and collaborative features, students can be engaged in interactive learning experiences that foster critical thinking, problem-solving, and teamwork skills.
Sikanku, a visionary in the esports and gaming domains, co-founded Esports Africa News with the mission of promoting and advancing esports and gaming across the continent. His extensive knowledge and experience in the industry make him a sought-after speaker on various platforms. At the Microsoft Build After Party – Accra, he will discuss how Minecraft, with its endless possibilities, can help bridge the educational gap in Africa and empower students to embrace STEAM subjects with enthusiasm.
The Accra Technical University Auditorium will be buzzing with energy as attendees gather to not only hear Sikanku’s insightful talk but also expand their knowledge, network with fellow professionals, and gain practical exposure to cutting-edge tools and technologies. The event, organised in collaboration with the Accra Power Platform, Azure, and .NET User Groups, along with the ATU Library, promises an immersive experience for all participants.
Don’t miss the chance to be part of this groundbreaking event. Register today and join the Accra Technical University Auditorium on July 1, 2023, for the Microsoft Build After Party – Accra. Unleash the power of Minecraft in STEAM education and shape the future of African students.
About Esports Africa News (EAN)
Esports Africa News (EAN) is a leading platform dedicated to promoting esports and gaming in Africa. Co-Founded by Gabriel Atsu Sikanku, EAN aims to showcase the region’s gaming talent, provide industry news and analysis, and foster a vibrant esports community. With a focus on empowering the African gaming ecosystem, EAN plays a crucial role in raising awareness, supporting local talents, and driving the growth of esports across the continent.