£7M UK Global Screen Fund Opens

The UK Global Screen Fund is a £7 million, one-year pilot fund designed to boost international development and distribution opportunities for the UK’s independent screen sectors, including film, TV, videogames and animation.

Five Edinburgh Games Companies That Don’t Actually Make Games

Here are five successful Edinburgh videogames companies, which don't make videogames.

SGDA – Micro Talks in May

The SGDA is back! The organisation is hosting an evening of microtalks on May 26th 2021 featuring designers, developers & business leaders.

SGN Podcast: Interview with Gary McCarten (Pocket Sized Hands)

SGN POD: Gary McCarten of Pocket Sized Hands tells Seb McKay about what brought him to Dundee, developing original IP and how to keep a team together.

Creative Industries Fund Opens: £25K For Creative Business Growth

The Creative Industries Fund is a new opportunity for small and micro creative businesses in the UK to access up to £25K for business growth.

SDI: Virtual Trade Mission to China

Scottish Development International (SDI) is inviting Scottish games companies - those making games, and those in the wider games industry - to participate in a virtual trade mission and games sector panel session on 27th July (08:00-10:00).

Scotland: TechCrunch Needs You

TechCrunch is embarking on a major new project to survey European founders and investors in cities including Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee, Aberdeen, Inverness & Stirling.

CreaTech Ones To Watch 2021 – Enter Now

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.

SGN Podcast: Interview with Maxwell Scott-Slade (Glitchers)

SGN POD: Maxwell Scott-Slade of Glitchers chats to Seb McKay about moving to Edinburgh, releasing on Switch as an indie, subscription models and more.

UK Games Fund Round 7 Opens

The UK Games Fund Round 7 is now open for Expressions of Interest (EOI) from UK-based game developers. This is the start of a process to secure funding of up to £25,000.

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