Central Africa's first major video games studio is inspiring new entrepreneurs

Founded in 2013, Kiro'o Games has grown to become Central Africa's first major video games studio. Image: REUTERS/Ina Fassbender

Inna Lazareva
Journalist, Thomas Reuters Foundation
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 Key art of Enzo Kori-Odan, from Kiro'o Games's Aurion: Legacy of the Kori-Odan game.
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 Amandine Atangana, first female professional video games developer in Cameroon in Kiro'o Games headquarters in Yaounde, Cameroon on July 10, 2018.
Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation / Inna Lazareva
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