It is no news that esports is growing fast in Africa and more youths are joining various gaming communities.
Despite the growth, there has been a debate of content creation from gamers outside of the tournaments they participate in.
With internet issues, which plays a major role on online play and streaming at the same time, many stakeholders have advised gamers to record their game play and upload on social platforms.
Using content from gamers in the western world as a yardstick, there has been an argument from gamers in Africa about not being able to edit their gameplay which discourages them to record.
In a plan to solve such issues, the Lagos Esports Forum has partnered with Rendr to help gamers produce quality clips of their gameplay, which can be put out as content.
This partnership aims at connecting gamers with video editors on the continent by allowing gamers become content creators and editors can grow their client list in return.
Speaking about the Partnership, Sayo Owolabi, Chairman of the Executive Board of the Lagos ESports Forum said, “We are always excited about any innovative idea to grow the Nigerian and African ESports ecosystem and that is what rendr.club offers. Gamers and Video editors can anticipate some exciting times ahead.”