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Digital Afrique Telecom Partners Clipfeed to Power Esports in Africa

Digital Afrique Telecom (DAT), a mobile technology company, has partnered with Clipfeed, a gaming and esports entertainment company, to introduce esports to African mobile carriers, highlighting the growing significance of content-driven business models in African mobile communications.

Together, DAT and Clipfeed will create the “Africa Gaming box,” a white-label platform that allows mobile carriers to provide esports services to their customers across the continent. Live competitions, interesting esports challenges, prizes, and much more will be available on this platform.

As a leading global provider of esports entertainment, Clipfeed is well-positioned to have a big influence on the African industry thanks to its track record of utilizing innovative technology to power esports communities.

To develop engaging entertainment destinations for customers, they collaborate closely with telecom operators, direct-to-home (DTH) providers, internet service providers (ISPs), and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs).

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 grow the esports community in Africa.

Michael Whelan, CEO and Founder Clipfeed

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On the other hand, DAT has made a name for itself as the company that mobile carriers in Africa turn to when they need value-added services (VAS) and software-as-a-service (SAAS). Thanks to its strong technological foundation and commitment to satisfying client demands, DAT has established a solid reputation for offering dependable and adaptable mobile technology services.

Esports remains a significant opportunity in Africa, and we are extremely pleased to partner with Clipfeed to open the doors for the continent’s mobile operators to reap the benefits of this booming industry.

Simplice Anoh, CEO of DAT

There’s no denying that Africa has a lot of potential for esports, and a number of things make this growing market appealing. First of all, more than half of Africans are under the age of 25, making this continent a youthful and growing population. Digital Afrique Telecom Clipfeed

Second, more and more Africans are getting internet connection; in 2022, over 500 million Africans had access to the internet; by 2025, that figure is predicted to reach 1 billion.

Lastly, Africa’s rich tradition of gaming and rivalry has fostered the development of esports.

Thanks to DAT and Clipfeed’s cooperation development, Africa could become a thriving esports hotspot, providing a youthful and connected populace with access to exciting esports competitions and content.

Mobile operators on the continent are well-positioned to take advantage of this remarkable opportunity, aiming to take the esports community in Africa to new heights with their flagship product, the Africa Gaming Box.

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