Kiro’o Games is perhaps the best-known video games studio from Central Africa. Founded in 2013, the first major video game title they launched was ‘Aurion: Legacy of the Kori-Odan.’
All of its games draw their inspiration around African mythology, which is a fresh of new air, from all the Hollywood inspired video games that flock the market.
The studio has recently launched an online educational platform Rebuntu, through which it seeks to train Cameroonians on how to start a business, manage it successfully, and scale up while making profits. The Cameroonian video games studio has identified the lack of entrepreneurial skills and spirit in the Central African country. It has taken matters into its own hands and is now equipping the youth with the skills they need to create employment for themselves.
“Our generation has the duty to bring something really new that will finally generate growth,” said Oliver Madiba, the Founder, and CEO of Kiro’o Games.
The e-learning platform Rebuntu will work on a subscription basis, and learners will pay $17.50 to access the educational materials therein. The learning materials include cartoons and ‘pro tips’ …read more