Go Beyond Games

Beyond Games is a brand new event and website from Steel Media, which explores the impact of videogames on our wider creative world. (And we have an exclusive discount code for you).

Attend Pocket Gamer Connects – Free

Attend next week's Pocket Gamer Connects Digital 6 event - FREE - with the Scottish Games Network

Discover New Talent at UWS’s Game Dev Fusion

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.

Scottish Universities Esports Network

The British Esports Association has launched a network for Scottish university students and societies, creating an interconnected competitive gaming community between Scotland's universities.

Play Away Festival 2021: Playful, Fascinating, Fun

Play Away Festival 2021: Playful, Fascinating, Fun - Scotland's videogames calendar has a new MUST VISIT event.

PlayAway: Jung In Jung and Paul Blackham

Sound of Light, a collaborative sound performance experience built for the Oculus Quest VR headset, is an example of not only how VR might help us to bridge that communication gap but also how it may facilitate us to communicate ideas and emotions that simply can’t be expressed to one another in a real world environment.

Vision Scotland: New Dates Announced

Vision Scotland, the first dedicated industry event for Scotland's screen industry - including videogames - has announced new dates for its inaugural expo.

PlayAway: Dr Matthew Barr

“What is Game Studies?”, you might be asking. Well, luckily there’s a whole day of panels dedicated to that very question and much more at the PlayAway Festival, the first of which is chaired by our guest today, Dr Matthew Barr.

PlayAway: Ally Low – Lowtek Games

PlayAway: Ally Low - Lowtek Games. The SGN team talk to Ally about his passion for retro games and his work on dyslexia in gaming.

PlayAway: William Kavanagh

Why is it that some multiplayer games see an explosion of popularity at launch only to fizzle out six months later, while a select few seem to stick around indefinitely? William Kavanagh, who is a PhD student in Computer Science researching game balancing at the University of Glasgow, has a theory.

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