The Knowledge Company (TKC), the company behind the forthcoming Six Degrees card game, has picked up an award in the Scotland Prestige Awards.
Entries are now open for the BAFTA Scotland Awards 2021. This is the annual awards ceremony which to recognise, honour and reward outstanding achievement in film, television and games produced in Scotland, and Scottish individuals working in the UK industries. The games category is open to games released for any platform, using any business model,... Continue Reading →
Applications are now open for the CreaTech Ones to Watch 2021 competition, the Creative Industries Council's annual awards for the UK's most brilliant creative technology or 'CreaTech' companires.
Several of Scotland’s leading entrepreneurs have committed an additional £1 million of grants and loans to Scottish EDGE, the UK’s biggest funding competition for start ups and potential high growth businesses.
Autonauts, the robot-based colonise-em-up developed by Denki & published by Curve, has picked up the 2020 BAFTA Scotland Game Award trophy at last night's virtual ceremony.
We all love an award ceremony: the glamour, the drama, the bit where someone reads the wrong name - and who doesn’t like winning prizes? Perhaps the real value of award shows however, in the world of games anyway, is the annual chance to take a look backwards in an industry that’s always hurtling ahead. We can celebrate our achievements, sure, but we can also take stock of things and dig into just what goes into making award-worthy projects. This was the sentiment behind BAFTA Scotland’s recent Game Design event, which hosted a candid discussion between some of the personnel from this year’s nominees for the BAFTA Scotland Game Award.
Entries have now opened for the 11th BAFTA Young Game Designers (YGD) competition. Inspiring the UK’s future game makers, and celebrating new gaming talent, the competition, gives young people (from ages 10-18) the chance to design or make their own game.