Sabeta, who completed the program at Nelson Mandela University (Port Elizabeth, South Africa) participated in her Esport project alongside Damilola Bello (Nigeria), Gareth Corjee (South Africa), Casper Jangale (Malawi) and Daryll Roeffe (South Africa).
The group she belonged to mainly discussed the critical factors necessary for the successful implementation of the eSports League system in some countries in Africa.
Sabeta also provided critical analysis of eSports League implementation in selected African countries and comparisons of eSports success factors in other countries.
The multi-award winning writer currently based in United Kingdom was elated with the win which she feels was made possible through the support rendered by close associates.
“This is just an incredible moment and one of the most important moments of my professional career. Many thanks to my supervisors at Nelson Mandela University for mentoring and supporting me and to my colleagues for supporting me.
“Winning the award as the best overall project at NMU was enough, but I didn’t expect it to be the best project internationally (i.e. out of 12 FIFA/CIES universities worldwide).”
Sabeta believes her victory will also inspire women to believe that its possible to achieve great things in any field.
“I greatly appreciate and respect this honor from this glorious institution. It’s not easy working in a male dominated industry. Women are usually relegated to kitchen rolls, but I will definitely push myself to be a better version of my work,” she said.