A game is an interactive story. It's an opportunity for people to walk in the shoes of somebody else. That's perspective, and we need that in Kosovo.
When Agnesa Belegu snuck into the room of her older brother at six-years-old and started to play the game that was open on his desktop, she found an interest and a passion that would shape her professional trajectory nearly two decades later. Although there was a lack of opportunity in Kosovo for game designers at the time of her studies, Belegu persisted and found training abroad. In recent years, she’s returned home to Kosovo and is currently paving the way for future game designers as she works to promote the industry in the Balkans.