15.6% of the world's top 1,000 Scrabble players are Nigerians

In the world's top 1,000 scrabble players' ranking, Nigerians occupy 156 positions, marking the highest representation from any country. According to ratings by the World English-language Scrabble Players' Association (WESPA), the top 1,000 players are from 43 countries.

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World English-language Scrabble Players' Association (WESPA)
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January 2024
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