In the late 1980s through early 2000s urban Nigerian kids had a dominant culture of going to video clubs after school to play against their buddies
Keeper Fumbler! rang out every time a player wanted to score a goal in winning 11 (Eleven) soccer video game, which as at that time was the one of the most popular game installed on consoles
It’s 2020 and we paid a visit to Shola Adenipebi who has a gaming house in Yaba Lagos, Nigeria
Asides from also managing this facility, Spektakular (Nickname) has been organizing successful gaming tournaments in the country since 2012
He runs FIFA, PES & Street Fighter video game Championships on a quarterly basis and also has a leaderboard system for gamers in Lagos.
Last year, he handled the Tech Plus and Lagos Comic-Con gaming tournament with thousands of gamers in attendance
In our tour of his facility, he shared the story behind Naija Game Evo and how he quit his father’s business back in 2014 just to run the business properly, it’s all in the video below – Watch Now
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