Full transcript of the interview with Douglas Ogeto (Ludique Works) which was one half of the Two publishers features.
Paradise Games has once more revealed that FEJA (arguably Africa’s largest esports and gaming event) and is set to return in December 2020. The annual event, which is the brainchild of industry veteran Sidick Bakayoko, is traditionally held in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire, but will combine an online element with an onsite esports program.
‘Jibambe na Tec’ is a hybrid festival of digital media, presented by the Alliance Française de Nairobi and the Goethe-Institut, with the support of the French German Cultural Cooperation Fund.
South African Carry1st has entered into a global, multi-year partnership with Ethiopia-based developer Qene Games to publish Gebeta, the studio’s modern take on the traditional game of Mancala.
South African publisher Carry1st has been accepted into Mastercard’s Start Path program. The program which is now in its sixth year is described as a springboard to help the best & brightest later stage startups maximize their opportunity for success.
With Kiro’o Games first foray onto the mobile space now out in the wild. At least in Early Access, the Cameroonian studio has received further positive news with their funding model garnering support and praise from the nations top officials.
After numerous false dawns, the African games industry finally has its first formal iteration of a front facing organisation following the formal reveal of the African Game Developers Association.
Fak’ugesi’s month long festivities are in full swing, however the focus shifts to games with the ‘People of Play’ exhibition now live. Along with it is a full program of comprehensive talks and panel discussions.
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