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British-Nigerian Engineer Silas Adekunle Who Built Gaming Robots Lands Apple Deal

Innovative British-Nigerian Engineer, Silas Adekunle who built  gaming robots  recently got registered contract with Apple.

The vibrant engineer who graduated with a first class honours from the university of the West of England in Bristol, with a Bachelor of science in robotics technology founded ‘Reach Robotics’ in 2013, a reality gaming company that creates gaming robots for fun and STEM education.

Born in Nigeria but relocated to the united states at age 11, Adekunle expressed his love for all things robotics at an early age and is steadfastly working towards His desire of promoting robotics in schools.
“When I was a student, I spent some time going into schools to help inspire young people and it struck me that there was a huge, untapped market for a consumer robot with a difference” He said.

Adekunle’s company, ‘Reach Robotics’ has experienced fast growth owing to their production of *MekaMons* a four-legged, battery powered gaming robot that can be controlled via a smart phone, using a companion app for augmented reality gaming.
“We have created an entirely new gaming platform. Mekamon straddles both the real and virtual worlds while taking the gaming experience behind a player’s screen a d turning their sitting room into limitless robotic battle zone” he said in a press conference with Black enterprise.

Reach Robotics struck a deal with Apple recently and they threw open their stores on November 16 for the sale of the product, with a price tag of $299.95.

After years of hard work and development, the firm is finally able to read h customers in the UK and US, with plans to go global.
Well Done Silas! We Wish You Greater Achievements! 

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