Developers across the continent converged, jammed and had a whale of a time as this years Global Game Jam came to an uplifting end. This years iteration also played host to a historic first.
Kenya continues to be a hotbed of activity within the tech and gaming scene across the African continent. This is further emphasised by Afrobytes decision to diversify their portfolio of events into gaming culminating into the first such event in Nairobi.
While most were calling time on their activities at the end of a very eventful decade, Senegalese Delegation for Rapid Entrepreneurship (DER) penned a pivotal deal with Unity – helmed by Johana Riquier.
African gaming advocate and games business development manager at Unity was one of the key speakers at the recent MTN Gaming Conference in Accra. In a panel with other luminaries from the blossoming industry, explored ways to create and market engaging and revolutionary games that would put Ghana on the games industry map. GIA pulled…