India’s leading mobile gaming platform, Paid Competitive Gaming (PGC), has been launched in Africa. This innovation was made possible by Carry1st and is aimed at increasing mobile game adoption in Africa.

Carry1st is the official licensor and publisher of Mobile Premier League (MPL) in Africa. The company seeks to take advantage of the large gaming community in Nigeria and Africa thereby making the market penetration very easy.

Speaking on the launch of the platform, Sai Srinivas, Co-Founder and CEO of MPL, disclosed that Carry1st was partnering with MPL to make the product available for the African market. Nigeria will be the first beneficiary of this move.

He also said that MPL has over 120 payment methods for users to make in-game purchases without any hitch or stress.

MPL has encountered successes in Asia, Europe, and North America. With the launch in Africa, it promises to give its users the best gaming experience ever.

The launch is in line with Carry1st’s drive to expand the world’s biggest games and it is the second of its kind for MPL following its partnership with Call of Duty®: Mobile in South Africa in 2022.

Gabriel Eleojo Umoru
Gabriel Eleojo Umoru
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