British Esports Association Announces the first ever Scottish College Cup - a brand new annual competition for colleges across Scotland, in partnership with the College Development Network and Rocket Kingdom TV.
Strange Sickness is a new narrative game, based in medieval Aberdeen, whent he city faced the perils of plague. It is based upon real historical data from the city's unique records, which run from 1398 to the present day.
The Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities and the Traverse Theatre have opened two fellowships for writers - including one for new digital platforms. The is a wonderful opportunity for writers and narrative designers to take their concepts to a whole new audience.
Games Go Guerilla? What does that even mean? Well, hopefully it's an event which will showcase some of Scotland's most interesting, innovative and intriguing indies - as part of the Beyond Festival.
On November 25, Creative Dundee and InGAME will be inviting three panellists from across the creative sector to discuss these very topics as part of its InGAME Insights events series.
The Computer Games Journal is expanding Editorial Board as the journal reaches its 10th year of publication. Applicants from multiple disciplines are encouraged to apply.
Entries have opened for the 2021 #RaiseTheGameJam, which challenges student teams from across the UK to create games focused on diversity & inclusion.
The Dundee-based Innovation for Games and Media Enterprise (InGAME) has announced two further recipients of the InGAME R&D Voucher Scheme, aimed at increasing the scale and value of the Dundee videogames cluster.
A new Edinburgh Napier University spin-out is expanding as it seeks to market a product which brings real-world objects to life in mobile devices. 3FINERY uses and new form of Augmented Reality (AR) technology, it's calling 'Intermediated Reality' to boost customer engagement with remote marketing campaigns, by showing products in innovative new ways. The company... Continue Reading →