The video game market in Belgium stands at over €580 million, with Wallonia experiencing significant growth. Dynamic studios are emerging from Mons to Liège, producing innovative titles such as "Nanotale," "Outcast 2," and "Faeria." Wallonia is investing in education with three specialized Higher Education Institutes dedicated to game development and two specialized training centers. Over 700 students are trained annually, feeding an industry constantly in need of talent. The video game sector is not limited to creation; it encompasses a multitude of technical and artistic professions, as well as opportunities in sales and communication. Encouraging more young people, especially girls, to explore these careers is essential to ensure continued diversity and innovation. Wallonia has all the ingredients to establish itself as a quality gaming hub, combining cutting-edge education, financial support, and constant innovation.