This years WAGE theme is "Live Learn Play Africa" aims to introduce attendees to the worldwide gaming industry, and educates them on steps they need to take to be successful in the gaming industry, and showcase how games can be of benefit to the African community.
2 day game development training to hold this November
The West African Gaming Expo 2016 conference (WAGE) aims to introduce attendees to the worldwide gaming industry, and educates them on steps they need to take to be successful in the gaming industry
Participants interested in taking part in WAGE 16 Conference will have the opportunity to educate attendees on the basics of games development and animation creation, sell products and services, launch new products, and much more. The introduction of affordable devices such as Mobile phone, Tablet, PC and cheaper internet services has lowered the barrier of entry into the world wide gaming industry, and through WAGE 16 Conference more African stakeholders will be introduced to the Gaming industry.
Participants interested in hosting game development training and animation classes can do so by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or visiting www.wage16.com.
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