Olivier Madiba, founder of Kiro’o Games, the first video game production studio in Central Africa, and Georges Dooh-Collins, MD of Media Plus Group, which specializes in advertising communication; recently signed a partnership to “create added value to the growth of digital and the digital economy on the continent,” we learn in an official statement.
“In view of their activities, their experiences and their expertise, Media Plus and Kiro’o Games are undertaking to develop a new economic model for the financing and profitability of video-playful works,” the statement said. “We will create a whole section of the African digital industry together.” Commented Olivier Madiba, CEO of Kiro’o Games.
Designer of “Aurion, l’héritage des Kori-Odan“, the first video game made in Cameroon released April 14, 2016, Kiro’o Games is currently seeking partners to finance the production of 200,000 DVDs of this video game. These DVDs will be distributed in African countries.