Why Gaming is Set to Become Poland’s National Brand
Poland has long been a cultural powerhouse. The birthplace of no fewer than six Nobel Literature Prize laureates (most recently Olga Tokarczuk in 2018), the country can also boast a giant of science fiction – Stanisław Lem – and one of the world’s greatest ever film directors, Krzysztof Kieślowski. Today, however, the country’s most valuable cultural export is a most contemporary phenomenon: video games.
Not for the first time, a perfect mix of innovative creatives, capital market backing and government support means that Poland appears to be uniquely positioned to take advantage.