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Creating a computer game phenomenon in Poland

27 June 2014 Last updated at 16:12 BST

Growing up in a country with no computers was not the easiest background for creating a global gaming phenomenon, but two school friends managed to do just that.

Marcin Iwinski and Michal Kicinski are the founders and co-owners of Polish games company CD Projekt.

Their Witcher series of games have sold more than seven million copies, and even US President Barack Obama is a fan.

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