A New chapter in the Nigerian Esports ecosystem is about to be written by the Lagos Esports Forum (LESF) as the search for two gamers that will represent Nigeria at the Commonwealth Esports Championships 2022 in Birmingham this summer is set to commence.
According to LESF CEO and Secretary General of the Africa Esports Development Federation (AEDF), Sayo Owolabi, with just about 100 days to the landmark tournament created by the partnership of the Global Esports Federation and the Commonwealth Games Federation, Nigeria will be part of the 6 African countries that will take part in the inaugural edition of what is billed to shape the outlook of Esports among Commonwealth member countries.
Giving more insights on the participation, Team Manager, Ife Akintaju said Team LESF as Nigeria’s representatives will be known to take part in 1 title, eFootball (console only) in the Open and Female categories and the National qualifiers are billed for Saturday May 21, 2021 with the two winners in both heading to Birmingham from August 6 – 7, 2022.
Gamers can register for the qualifiers via the MOBIELE app which can be downloaded from the Google Playstore for Android users and www.themobiele.com for IOS users.
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