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Submitted by WarCry 623d ago | interview

Play Like An Egyptian – Reham Hesham El-Deeb Interview

We did a friendly interview with Reham Hesham El-Deeb about Egyptian game sector.

''Oyun Fest: Egypt has currently experiencing a bit of a crisis at the moment. How does al-Thawrāt al-ʻArabiyyah effected the players and the game producers in Egypt?

Reham Hesham El-Deeb: The January 25 revolution has positively affected the Egyptian Gaming Industry. Surprisingly, it inspired a lot of Game Developers to develop games about it. Also, The revenue of gaming companies increased due to the fact that universities and schools were stopped for a while.'' (Industry)

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