New Delhi, June 10 The gaming market in India has seen tremendous boom in the last few years and will continue to grow as the development and advancement in technology continues to happen even as we speak.
"The audience for the gaming industry is no longer limited to the gen x population but has opened its arms for all age groups which makes the industry a giant open market," feels Sapna Bhutani, co-founder of Mystery rooms – real-life escape games.
Bhutani co-founded Mystery Rooms with an aim to breaking the monotony of the city life and offer experiences that encourages the "4 C's" of 21st-century learning that is communication, collaboration, creativity and critical thinking.
life speaks to Bhutani who shares her views on how the pandemic gave a boost to the Indian gaming industry, and more:
From the left it's Shikhir Bhutani, centre it's Sapna Bhutani and on the right it's Prateek Panjwani
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