Africa’s gaming technology company, Gamr, successfully organized the highly anticipated second edition of Gamr X tournament on June 17th.
Gamr X is an annual esports tournament hosted by Gamr, attracting gamers from Nigeria and other African countries to compete in various esports titles. Participants battle it out for both cash prizes and the prestigious recognition that comes with victory.
This year, Gamr X2: Brave took center stage, with talented gamers from Ghana, Cameroon, Senegal, and Kenya joining forces with Nigeria’s finest players to showcase their skills in popular titles like Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat, FIFA, PUBG Mobile, Call of Duty Mobile, and FreeFire.
In addition to the thrilling esports competitions, Gamr X2 offered attendees an array of exciting side attractions. Enthusiasts were treated to captivating cosplays, a thrilling Celebrity face-off in FIFA, an energizing DJ session, and an electrifying musical concert featuring renowned Nigerian artists.
After intense battles in each game title, the “Bravest of the Brave” emerged victorious, showcasing exceptional talent and unwavering determination. The winners in each category were as follows:
- FIFA23 – Dexx Jnr, Solo Esports (Senegal)
- Mortal Kombat – Hamza, Solo Esports (Senegal)
- Street Fighter – Chuks (Nigeria)
- Free Fire – Top Rated 2 (Nigeria)
- PUBG Mobile – Afro Sport (Nigeria)
- Call of Duty Mobile – Sierra7 (Nigeria)
It came as no surprise that Dexx Jnr and Hamza of Solo Esports from Senegal successfully claimed the titles from the previous edition winners. Their outstanding performance and consistent gameplay have solidified their positions as formidable competitors in the esports realm.
The winners were rewarded with a generous prize pool totaling $15,000, along with the well-deserved bragging rights that they will carry until the next edition of Gamr X.
The success of Gamr X2 has garnered praise from numerous stakeholders throughout Africa. Many have commended Gamr for their unwavering commitment to organizing events of this nature, emphasizing the importance of such initiatives in bolstering the African esports ecosystem. It is evident that Africa is rapidly catching up with the rest of the world in the realm of gaming, thanks to platforms like Gamr.