BBC Focus on Africa, as part of the launch of Grand Theft Auto V, one of the most anticipated game titles this year, did a piece on Africa and Gaming. Leti Arts was interviewed as part of the piece on the state of the games industry in Africa.
Speaking on behalf of Leti Arts, Nana Kwabena Owusu, reiterated why gaming is a huge market opportunity in Africa in response to several questions on the issue.
The most important themes discussed in the interview focused on the competitiveness of the game industry in Africa as compared to developed markets and resources and talent for game development in Africa.
Here is a snippet of the interview as aired on the BBC.
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