Prosearium founder, Zambian game developer and one of the organizers of the Global Game Jam in the Sub-Saharan region, Sithe Ncube has been named as strategic advisor to Humble Bundles Black Game Developers Fund along with Justin Woodward, founder of The Mix.
In a statement released by Humble Bundle, both Ncube and Woodward will help in sourcing developers that could benefit from the fund, be advocates for developers as they apply to the fund, and ultimately help steer their review and selection process.
Whilst Ncube will focus on developers across Afreica, Woodward will tap into his vast network across North America and Europe.
The Black Game Developer Fund is a $1 million annual program focused on supporting Black game developers, helping publish games with funding, production and marketing support via Humble’s publishing label, Humble Games.
Developers keen to apply to the Black Game Developers Fund, can do so on Humble Games page
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