Starting in September 2019, a dedicated room of 80m² will host middle school and high school students for training sessions on computers, robotics, and the development of video games.
In 2020, the game centre will host the first edtech and e-learning programme of Yopougon where startups, teachers, students and entrepreneurs will work together on creating the future educational tools for Africa.
These two initiatives are aimed at getting the youth to join the new technology wave and be abreast of robotics, artificial intelligence and virtual reality.
"[Our] ambition [is] to transform the entertainment industry in Africa by using games as a way to learn and by allowing young Africans to discover the video game field, robotics and virtual reality," declared Sidick Bakayoko, founder of Paradise Game.
With more than 500,000 visitors expected per year, Paradise Game Centre is positioning itself as a platform to entertain, educate and empower young Africans.