Building a video game industry from scratch: Chips with Everything podcast | Technology

This week we’re travelling to places that have almost no video game industry and talking to individuals who are doing their best to build one.

Jordan Erica Webber talks to Amar Zubcevic, a game developer in Bosnia and Herzegovina who wants to inspire fellow developers to stay in the country and build a community, one games company at a time.

She also meets Sadia Bashir, the co-founder of the PixelArt Game Academy in Pakistan, where she hopes to train more people to create better video games to rival the world’s best.

Atari VCS 2600 console and joystick for playing Space Invaders.

Photograph: Radharc Images/Alamy Stock Photo/Alamy Stock Photo

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