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No one loves to be constantly reminded of how cold and horrible their world is, they just want a perfect getaway. Have you ever been in a room of lovely people who love what you love, hate what you hate? Exactly what you feel in this conversational podcast - #FansTalk, where a large range of opinions on an area of interest is aired from pop culture, tech, movies, sport, fashion, art and lifestyle to product and services. And you are never alienated as each episode either educates or entertains you or gives nostalgic moments.

Gamers Are Not Nerds

The rise of technology and gadgets in Nigeria since the early 20s is exponential and fast becoming an integral part of our lifestyle. Due to this rise, it’s not also far-fetched the surge in the numbers of people who enjoy the digital form of gaming. Although compared to other parts of the world, the video gaming community is relatively small cause most consoles and games are expenses that most players cannot afford and Nigeria’s internet infrastructure is generally weak and unreliable, making online gaming difficult.

Thanks to how widely available, affordable, and accessible mobile devices have become, alongside increasingly user-friendly data plans mobiles have become the giant dominant player in gaming.
In Nigeria, 83 per cent of the population has a mobile phone connection, while internet penetration still only sits at 42 per cent across the 203.6 million population, according to latest global internet data usage report.

Let’s take a stroll back memory lane of what gaming, game centre culture and the struggle as well as a sample this question “Are Gamers Nerds?”.
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