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Submitted by TheGameScouts 814d ago | article

Will Estonia Become a Rising Face of Gaming? | The Game Scouts

Lyndsay Moir: "It's been recently announced that the tiny Eastern European nation of Estonia has embarked on a journey to hopefully teach every six year old to learn how to code whilst at school. The scheme, named ProgeTiiger will pilot this year, with the hope that it will produce more creative technology users in the new younger generation. Although the project is still only taking it’s baby steps, it has high hopes for the future and further expansion. With funding from the Estonian Ministry of Education, it appears that this idea has support from the highest departments." (Culture, Industry, Tech)

Bimkoblerutso  +   814d ago
Not unless they're all planning on making crappy, derivative shooters, annual sports games or MMO's with insane budgets...

Though they don't have to be a "force" in gaming to make incredible games.
dedicatedtogamers  +   813d ago
Nope, it means "tech support for Windows 11, coming from an Estonian near you".
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