"We make gaming interesting for learning in school"

For a lot of people gaming might just be a hobby, but Kopano Ntsoane - founder of Modern Gaming saw an opportunity for a business. His company focuses on developing and customising corporate and social games for computer and mobile devices aimed at businesses.

Ntsoane has a team that comprises of a graphic designer, a virtual artist, an animator and a computer programmer. Many of their clients are corporate businesses that need virtual training materials for their staff.

We are a gamification business, we take mathematics content and convert it into a game. We develop video games that help solve problems and contribute to productivity.

Kopano Ntsoane - Founder of Modern Gaming

Our biggest client are the home schooling individuals. Because this is an extra mural activity, not every child is interested in soccer, some are interested in the use of technology.

Kopano Ntsoane - Founder of Modern Gaming

Starting his business five years ago, Ntsoane says it has not been easy because he comes from a family that does not understand what gaming is, as it gave them an uneasy moment hen he told them about his future plans.

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