Vision Scotland, the first dedicated industry event for Scotland's screen industry - including videogames - has announced new dates for its inaugural expo.
Company Name: AdInMo Date Founded: 2017 Business Type: Limited Company Location: Edinburgh Managing Director: Kristan Rivers, CEO Key Staff: Kristan Rivers, CEO Chris Wright, CTO Number of Employees: 15 Contact Details: email@example.com Social Media Links: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/adinmo/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Adinmo_media Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AdinmoMedia Main Areas Of Business: Dynamic in-game advertising platform Elevator pitch: The current mobile game... Continue Reading →
Some of the UK's leading developers have joined forces with the Department of Culture Media and Sport to include essential health messages to players across the country. Games created in the UK, including Candy Crush Saga, Sniper Elite 4, DiRT Rally 2.0 and Farm Heroes now carry the information: Stay at Home, Protect the NHS,... Continue Reading →
One of Unity's strengths is the cross-platform element, which reduces the friction for developers when coding their applications. Unity have increased the flexibility of the platform with the announcement of the Unity Cloud, here at Unite 2013 in Vancouver. While Unity thought that the community would take the challenge of cloud services on board, the... Continue Reading →
Ladies and gentlemen, things are changing. The Scottish Games Network is changing. In a number of exciting new ways. One of the most immediate changes will be the way in which recruitment adverts are hosted. To date we've been very open to any and all adverts. Companies have been free to post any vacancies as... Continue Reading →
Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome a new member of the Scottish games community. Chunk Games is a new label, created by Glasgow digital design agency Chunk. The company has worked in the marketing, advertising and design field for a number of years now and has produced several 'games' both in the traditional sense and in... Continue Reading →
This baffling headline is part of Scottish Development International's current advertising campaign on e-mail updates from GamesIndustry.biz. If you sign up, not only can you download selected sector-specific reports on business in Scotland, but also win a bottle of whisky. Which is apparently not as famous as our digital expertise... What else would YOU say... Continue Reading →