NoCode & Hutch Named In GamesIndustry.biz Best Places To Work

Two companies with offices in Scotland have been named in the GamesIndustry.biz Best Places To Work Awards 2021.

Creative Industries: Fair Work Survey

Creative Industries: Fair Work Survey - Creative Scotland has commissioned a review of fair work, leadership, workforce and skills development for Scotland's arts, screen and creative industries.

Find Out What China Can Offer UK Games Studios

The games market in China has exploded the the recent past. From the rapidly evolving audience for games, through to the growing dominance on Tencent in the Western games industry, through multiple investments and acquisitions, the country has embraced gaming, especially on mobile and online. A new event from InGAME International will share findings from... Continue Reading →

Stefan Lampinen Joins Outplay Board

Dundee-based Outplay - the largest independent mobile game developer in the UK - has announced the appointment of mobile industry expert, Stefan Lampinen, to its board.

Hutch Dundee Studio Moves to Water’s Edge

Hutch Games, the mobile racing game specialist, which was acquired in December 2020 by MTG, is relocating its Dundee office to the prestigious Water's Edge facility on the banks of the Tay.

Join The Exclusive V&A Dundee Design For Business Games Course

The Scottish Games Network has partnered with V&A Dundee and InGAME to offer three Scottish games companies FREE places on the V&A Dundee Design for Business accelerator programme.

New Resident Entrepreneurs Include SOLAS 128 Creator & Visible Ink

The five successful applicants in the Creative Informatics Resident Entrepreneurs programme have been named, with two games and interactive creators - Amicable Animal and Visible Ink - part of the programme.

Outplay Eyes Acquisitions as Profits Rise

Outplay has reported an increase in pre-tax profits of £8.9 million and may be looking for new development studios for acquisition.

Creative Dundee Seeking Directors

looking for new voluntary board directors, including young people, to help the city continue as one of Scotland's most vibrant creative hubs.

Orthrus Studios Makes Team Redundant

Sad news today. Orthrus Studios, the Dundee-based developer behind the recently released Distant Kingdoms, has made the whole team redundant, according to a LinkedIn post from the founder and former director. In a LinkedIn post, Oliver Smith said: "We worked our hardest on Distant Kingdoms, but sometimes the work and a good product just aren’t... Continue Reading →

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