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This project aims to:

  • Train young Africans in Unreal Engine and nodal coding (bluprints)

  • Provide support and adequate solutions to everyone who will strengthen the video game industry on the continent

  • Produce video game and immersive application prototypes based on African storytelling

  • Be able to present their work, network and interact globally

  • Build a community of video game developers, strengthen partnerships and connections between African ecosystems, and organize events across the continent.

  • Strengthen interactions, collaboration, creation and innovation between African countries around video games

  • Expose the skills trained in the international video game market in order to get them jobs or future partnership projects

  • Bring these young people towards employability and entrepreneurship

  • Create and promote the richness of historical content and the cultural diversity of the continent

  • Participate through serious games in the development of African educational content

Our target

Objective: Co-create an African Metaverse charter and action plan.

Our target audience is made up of:

  • Universities: we target universities of IT development, Architecture, Art, etc ...

  • Technological schools and institutes

  • Startups and innovation networks, incubators, video game development associations, etc.

  • All young creatives, artists interested in the video game industry

Open to all young talents 

Objective: Train and support the future talents of the African Metaverse

  • Help African talents to equip themselves with the technologies and tools necessary to trace their professional careers in the metaverse

  • Train in Metaverse professions for the production of prototypes based on advanced technologies.



  • Promote economic development through the creation of startups, promote a cultural and innovative sector, a vector of attractiveness and dynamism for partner countries.

  • Strengthen the creative and technical skills of young African talents through a training and support program

  • Help African youth to discover and exploit the possibilities of the video game sector, but also their talent and their creative potential, promote video games as a lever for development towards employability or entrepreneurship.

  • Create new opportunities and mobilize partners to promote dialogue and cultural diversity as vectors of social inclusion and sustainable human development

  • Encourage networking between developers, designers, creative artists, producers, publishers, broadcasters and all trades of African video games. Share good practices and identified innovations.

  • Allow the discovery, the circulation of African works throughout the world

  • Support and encourage African digital creativity, its history, its culture, its values

  • Promote market access for startups, artists, creatives, by creating commercial, co-production and investment opportunities

  • Encourage digital cultural and creative entrepreneurship, so that it can be duplicated in other African countries


  • Net-Info-A Tunisian-African school open to the international

  • Net-Info is an art and technology school specializing in training in the production of 3D synthetic images, animation and video games.

  • The school is recognized by the Ministry of Vocational Training and Employment. It is an Academic Partner, Autodesk Certification Center, and an Adobe Approved Training and Certification Center.

  • Since its creation in 1999, NET-INFO has trained more than 6,000 young talents and professionals from more than 10 mainly African countries (Tunisia, Morocco, Algeria, Cameroon, Ivory Coast, Gabons, Senegal, Mauritania, Chad, France) .



Partners  Country

  • DigiArt Living Lab – Tunisia

  • Ejara – Tezos Africa Foundation - Cameroon

  • Africa in Colors – Rwanda

  • LudiqueWorks – Kenya

  • LudiqueWorks- South Africa

  • Bamabiz Production – Mali

  • AFRIA – Benin

  • DigitechAfrica - Gabon

  • Effektive - Gaming & Comics Convention – Democratic Republic of Congo

  • Women & ICT Africa – Ivory Coast

  • Osiane-Congo

  • Association – Senegal



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