Reflecting on his own gaming journey, Datura said his brother introduced him to GTA and Need for Speed when he was 6 years old
Eslam Dattura, a well-known gaming personality from Egypt, is teaching and training people on his favorite game, League of Legends, at the Dubai Esports and Gaming Festival.
“The atmosphere is really great. What’s more interesting is people’s desire to learn about video games. In the near future, we may see many champions here,” Datura said.
Datura’s daily life is dominated by games, and he spends an average of 10 hours a day in the virtual world. He starts his day at 10 a.m. by going to the gym and then back to play games, which usually lasts 4 to 5 hours.
Datura’s expertise and skills allow him to compete at a professional level and teach aspiring gamers through his courses, guiding them on the path to becoming a champion. He also enjoys playing the GTA casual game, showing off his expertise in the gaming world.
Looking back on his gaming journey, Datura said his brother introduced him to GTA and Need for Speed when he was 6 years old.
“Early exposure to gaming ignited a lifelong passion and led me to win many championships. At the age of 12, I started playing in the S4 league and eventually won the world championship,” added Datura, who since then has become a a professional player. Then.
He has won 10 tournaments in the Middle East over the past 3 years in both individual and team games such as League of Legends, where he has excelled with four other teammates.
When it comes to gamer earnings, Datura said it all depends on his YouTube following, his contracts with brands and coaches.
“In the beginning, a guy can earn around Dh2,000. But when he has a brand and a following, he doesn’t count on money anymore. However, through it all, a game master can earn over Dh50,000 ,”
Dubai Police Championship
Saudi Arabian Ahmed Ali Alashrafy wins the Dubai Police Super Smash Bros Championship. “It feels great to win a game. I know I can do it because I won other games recently,” said Al Ashrafi, who started his gaming journey at the age of 4.
“The game is a platform fighting game that first appeared in 1999, received a major update in 2001, and grew into a global phenomenon. As the game’s popularity skyrocketed in 2015, the UAE has Be the center of many tournaments around this fascinating game,” said Alashrafy, who started playing Super Smash Bros. in 2000.
Aside from his triumph at Super Smash Bros., Arashrafi is also obsessed with other popular titles such as League of Legends and Tekken 4. Even though he has a full-time programmer job, he still finds an hour after working out to play games and in his spare time. But during the rest time, he indulged in the game regardless of the time, completely immersing himself in the virtual game world.
Alashrafy said gaming companies are making a huge effort to move the gaming industry forward.
“The next five to 10 years will see the UAE’s gaming industry flourish, attracting champions and further cementing the country’s position as a gaming destination.”