Kiro’o Games has signed a representation agreement with France based Mounia Aram to “oversee” the cross media expansion strategy (BD, cartoons, films, etc.) of the Aurion brand in Europe.
The Cameroonian outfit which is fronted by Olivier Madiba broke the news on their social media channels.
“On behalf of The Kiroo Games, I am proud to announce our partnership with Mounia Aram Company as part of Aurion’s cross media operation in Europe. Mounia Aram and Kiroo have signed a representation agreement allowing Mounia Aram to “co-pilot” the cross media expansion strategy (BD, cartoons, films, etc.) of the Aurion brand on European territory. We know our baby in very good hands and we thank Mounia ARAM for his dynamism which did not even wait for the signing of the contract for some major advances. We will work with her and other partners to provide our universe with the best chance of becoming one of the pillars of the nascent Afro-Fantasy.”
Mounia Aram Company’s desire is to bring African animation stories, movies and series the success they deserve internationally. Founded by multilingual Mounia Aram, of Morrocan heritage, her ultimate goal is to build a bridge between African content, culture and the international market by promoting the plethora of diversity within the industry.
CEO of Kiro’o Games, Olivier Madiba is the very definition of a pioneer. Renowned for starting one of the first game studios in West Africa, the first African RPG (Aurion: Legacy of the Kori-Odan) and most recently a crowdfunded investment call that has garnered significant financial support.