Get the best out of mobile gaming with a budget smartphone

Local gaming leader Ekasi Esports says mobile gaming, online learning and remote working are set for continued stellar growth as South Africa looks to March 2022 as its herd immunity target. "Combine the ongoing virus threat; the fact that a third of our population is...

Electronic component shortages leave gamers wanting

Electronic component shortages, specifically semiconductors and substrates for central processing units (CPUs), have created a massive problem for many industries, including the gaming industry, leaving consumers in limbo as they are unable to get their hands-on new...

Plummeting mobile data fires up gaming

The cost of mobile data in South Africa is in welcome decline and anecdotal evidence suggests mobile gaming is experiencing unprecedented growth. That's according to local gaming leader Ekasi Esports which says the fact that South Africa climbed from 148th to 136th...

Trends that will redefine the mobile gaming experience

Mobile gaming has come into its own over the past few years. Analysts say the gaming industry generated $85-billion in value in 2020, while an estimated 2,5-billion people play games on mobile devices. By Rami Osman, director for corporate sales and marketing at...

How fitness can step up your gaming

From everyday enthusiasts to esports professionals, the gaming industry surged in 2020. This growth also increased competition, challenging esports’ premier athletes and novice gamers alike to find ways beyond the screen to level up their play. Enter Jasper Schellens,...

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The road forward for gaming

President Cyril Ramaphosa announced in a national address on Saturday evening on 15 August 2020 that a number of South Africa’s lockdown regulations will be relaxed as the country moves to a level 2 lockdown from midnight on Monday (17 August 2020). Mind Sports South...

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