Robert Gordon University (RGU) in partnership with Edinburgh University are conducting a study to "Drive forward change" for women working in the media. This survey, commissioned by Engender Scotland and Gender Equal Media Scotland (GEMS), asks women in the arts-based in Scotland to share their experiences. The project aims to find obstacles to women's participation... Continue Reading →
Robert Gordon University, in partnership with the University of the Highlands and Islands are collaborating on The Orkney Project, a new Digital Storytelling Platform which will showcase the history, culture and heritage of the Orkneys.
£15K is on offer for the developer who can help deliver a series of multiplayer arcade games which will be featured in the new WhaleSong Park which is being constructed on Dundee's waterfront.
Case Study: RCP Scotland. A Case Study of Remote Control Productions' first UK presence, in Dundee, Scotland. Produced in conjunction with InGAME.
A collaboration between Young Enterprise Scotland (YES) and Glasgow University has produced two new games to teach young people valuable business skills.
The last time Scotland's videogames industry had any sort of national profile in MCV, the industry trade journal, it was 2011/12. That's a long time ago - especially in a sector which moves as quickly and evolves so rapidly as gaming. At that point Realtime Worlds was still the talk of the town, Outplay was... Continue Reading →
Applications are now open for the Tranzfuser Enterprise Pathway, a funding competition open to graduates from UK universities, which offers up to £25,000 to develop a new commercial videogame.
The UWS Game Dev Fusion showcase will give students a chance to show off their hard work to potential employers and network with like-minded people in the games community.