Maliyo Games Expands with New Studio Office Space in Lagos: Embracing Hybrid Work Model

In an exciting development for Maliyo Games, personnel from various African countries and parts of Nigeria are converging in Lagos to join the rest of the team at the newly acquired studio office space in Yaba, Lagos. This move marks a transition from a fully remote setup to a hybrid working model, reflecting Maliyo Games’ commitment to fostering collaboration, networking, and effective communication among its diverse team members.

Teams comprising engineers, game designers, developers, and artists from Ghana, Cameroon, Enugu, Ibadan, Jos, and other regions of Nigeria are making their way to Lagos to be part of this transformative journey. With the recent acquisition of studio office space in the vibrant hub of Yaba, Maliyo Games aims to establish physical workspaces in key locations where the majority of its team members reside, including Kenya, South Africa, and Ghana.

The decision to embrace a hybrid work model comes at a pivotal moment for Maliyo Games, as the company seeks to harness the benefits of both remote and in-person collaboration. By providing a physical space for teams to come together, share ideas, and work closely on projects, Maliyo Games aims to enhance work productivity and foster a stronger sense of community among its employees.

The visit from teams across Africa underscores Maliyo Games’ commitment to building a cohesive and dynamic work environment that transcends geographical boundaries. As team members from different countries and regions come together in Lagos, they bring with them diverse perspectives, skills, and experiences, enriching the creative process and driving innovation forward.

Looking ahead, Maliyo Games is excited to announce plans for the official launch of its studio in Lagos. Stay tuned for updates as we continue to embark on this exciting journey of growth, collaboration, and creativity. Together, we are shaping the future of gaming in Africa and beyond.