it would be more useful were you actually trying to help these people
I gave you the best advice you will get. You're still young, and reschooling in a more salable field is still possible and will make a huge difference in your quality of life.
It's actually an IT degree from an Engineering Academy, so in your world it should be super-duper useful.
If it's not an actually engineering degree, with title, then it's not all that useful. And no, I don't consider even engineering degrees in IT all that super-duper unless they are from top-notch research universities. There are engineering specialties that are much more lucrative, like the ones I listed above.
Now I'll give you some advice on how to find a job. First of all, any job that you see advertised on internet job boards or hear about from unsolicited "recruiters" is most likely a lousy job for lousy pay. Good jobs are advertised almost entirely by word of mouth, especially in the real world between real people talking face to face. Build up and exploit your network of valuable real world contacts in the Ukraine, especially those who are working or have worked in richer countries.
Also, send out hundreds of snail mail cover letters and CVs to department managers in companies you want to work for. Don't waste time on deep research, just find addresses and fire off generic letters to department managers en masse. You don't even have to know the manager's name. DO NOT send letters to HR departments or "recruiters": they will almost certainly end up in the trash. If you have a well written cover letter and CV, it can capture the interest of the manager, and if the manager decides that you will be a valuable addition to the team, you are MUCH more likely to get hired. A response rate of 1 or 2 percent to your letters would be stellar. Much higher than by using the internet or going though HR departments or "recruiters". All the better if you know the managers name and can mention that you heard about their company from a current or former employee.
Make sure your letter and CV are not only "corrected" by a literate native speaker, but totally rewritten by them in native-level English or Polish or whatever. This is one thing you cannot afford to skimp on. And the goal of it is to make you sound like a unique and interesting real person with valuable qualifications and experience, and not just another out-of-work loser still living with mom and dad. Concrete details and tangible enthusiasm are gold, and vague generalities and modesty are $hit, so be as concrete as you possibly can, and blow your own horn. Without rambling or being obnoxious, of course.
If you send out 500 letters, you'll probably get five or ten positive responses. That's incredibly high, and very, very time and cost effective. More so than using the stupid internet. Even today, people take words on paper a lot more seriously than words on the computer screen.
But all in all, if your degree is not a real engineering degree, I think that you would be better off reschooling while you are still young rather than spending the rest of your life regretting that you hadn't. Of you want to make money, you have to go where the money is, and that means probably not in the gaming industry, or in Poland.