An African e-sports and e-learning initiative, Paradise Game has opened an official Gaming Centre in Ivory Coast.
The gaming center which is situated in the neighborhood with the largest population in Abidjan is now said to be the largest video game venue in West Africa.
The center is equipped with the latest technology to focus on the promotion of e-sports in Africa.
The promotion would be done through hosting tournaments and training e-sports players for international competitions.
According to the company, Video game enthusiasts will be able to enjoy the latest games while preparing for The Electronic and Video Game Festival of Abidjan which is said to be the largest e-sports event in Africa.
The gaming center will start operations in September an 80m² rooms that will host middle school and high school students who will take part in training sessions on robotics, video game development, and computers.
Quoting the founder of Paradise Game, Sidick Bakayoko:
“These initiatives are targetted at getting the youth to join the new technology wave and stay ahead of virtual intelligence, robotics, and artificial intelligence.”
“We ambition to transform the entertainment industry in Africa by using games as a way to learn and by allowing young Africans to discover the video game field, robotics, and virtual reality”.