Across the globe, Unreal Engine and the adoption of real-time 3D has swept across industries, transforming them seemingly overnight. This transformation has opened up new, vast opportunities for students all over the world and we are learning that entire regions can be empowered by powerful, free tools like Unreal Engine. This transformation doesn’t happen without the hard work of entrepreneurs, schools, faculty, learners, and students who are building new companies, schools, and programs to establish and nurture these nascent industries.
Joseph Azzam, Game Development Instructor at the Saint Joseph University of Beirut and Unreal Engine Evangelist for the Middle East, North Africa and Turkey at Epic Games joins us this week to discuss his perspective, experience and thoughts on teaching Unreal Engine and bringing the games industry to developing regions.
Join us for another insightful, entertaining Unreal Educator stream this Tuesday, March 2. Live on twitch.tv/unrealengine.
Tuesday, March 2, 2:00 PM EDT
Mark Flanagan - EMEA Education Partnership Manager - @marknaught](http://www.twitter.com/marknaught)
Tom Shannon - Technical Artist, Education - @TomShannon3D](http://www.twitter.com/TomShannon3D)
Joseph Azzam - Unreal Engine Evangelist, Epic Games - @josephrazzam](http://www.twitter.com/josephrazzam)