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Speaking to Mr Xit in an exclusive interview, he disclosed that Xit Wounds is now looking to acquire the services of an African eSports player.

U.S based eSports organization, Xit Gaming, as part of their talent search in Africa, could secure the services of an African eSports player in addition to their already acquired players on the continent.

The organization is among few international organizations who have been dominant on the African continent, especially with the East Africans and the Kenyans in particular.

The organization has been instrumental in the development of popular Tekken 254 Kenyan player, Queen Arrow, and the overall development of Kenyan esports.

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Vice President of Xit Gaming Daryl “OD NeXLvL” at a gears event

 

Speaking to Mr Xit in an exclusive interview, he disclosed that Xit Gaming is now looking to acquire the services of an African eSports player.

He told JBKlutse.com: “Africa is so huge that it would be impossible to cover everywhere with our current budget. But we will be focusing on helping to develop the East African esports scene with the Tekken 254 staff as well as continuing to support each Kenyan player when anything news wise hits.

“While I can never promise if we will be able to support all African regions and pick up talent everywhere we go, I can say, confidently, that an African CoD or Rainbow six siege team would be awesome to have and I know we have our eyes set on maybe acquiring a West African FIFA player, but time will tell if we end up finalizing a deal,” he added.

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Ben-oni is an eSports writer for JBKlutse.com. He has an insatiable passion for writing about eSports and technology and other literary genres too.

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