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** WAGE Initiative ** WAGE Founder Adedoyin Ogundoyin Speaks At The Goethe Institut
  • ** WAGE Initiative ** WAGE Founder Adedoyin Ogundoyin Speaks At The Goethe Institut

    Admin 0 0 62 Date: 18 Oct 2017
  • WAGE initiatives are activities the organizers of West African Gaming Expo will undertake to build specific aspects of the West African Gaming / Coding / Content creation industry.

    Founder of West African Gaming Expo ( WAGE ) spoke at the Goethe Institut's Animation and Film workshop aimed at students and young developers.

    The symposium is conceived as a platform for quality discussions about the animation sector and related fields; networking opportunities with professionals from the animation, film and music sectors, and options for collaborations and funding.

    It will also be an occasion to screen Nigerian, German, and French animated movies, and also to debrief participants on the outcome of the technical workshop.

    Adedoyin Ogundoyin spoke about WAGE 17, how everything was planned, why they planned it and and why it is vital for content providers to take part in such events.

    The content industry in the region is changing, more and more players and stakeholders are looking towards digital content creation, which means this is the time for content developers to be seen and recognized in the region.

    WAGE has been able to create a platform for gamers, comic book developers, animators to be seen in the African region. The 4 day event which was sponsored by Pepsi , Mall For Africa and Gamsole, witnessed over 19 new game development through hackathon and showcased various game developers from all over Africa.

    To see more on WAGE 17, please visit All about WAGE




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