Gaming Stars Train New Generation of Business Superheroes

Off a dusty path in the capital city, flanked by chickens roosting in the grass, one of Cameroon's most successful digital startups is capitalising on its success to foster a new generation of entrepreneurs, writes Inna Lazareva for Thomson Reuters Foundation.

Amandine Atangana, first female professional video games developer in Cameroon in Kiro'o Games headquarters in Yaounde, Cameroon on July 10, 2018.

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