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Stephanie Ijoma

Stephanie is founder of one of UK’s leading Gaming & Entertainment platforms, NNESAGA. Her mission is to create a safe space for gamers and to continue to prioritise gaming, diversity and representation. NNESAGA is made up of Gaming, Anime, Comics & tv/film and over the last five years, NNESAGA has worked closely with top gaming brands to ensure that the unrepresented are provided equal opportunities. NNESAGA hosts a number of community-based gaming events and workshops to connect the community together. NNESAGA’s services include: Consultancy, project management, events, content & production.

NNESAGA is supported and has worked with major brands including Alienware, Elgato, SONY PlayStation, XBOX, Facebook, Twitter, EA, SEGA, Bandai Namco, Pandora, Warner Bros, H&M, Adidas, EE, Ubisoft and much more.

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