Two companies with offices in Scotland have been named in the GamesIndustry.biz Best Places To Work Awards 2021.
Entries are now open for the Creative Edinburgh Awards 2021. The competition celebrates the best and most innovative people, places and projects in Edinburgh's creative sectors over the last 12 months.
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.
The nominees for the 2020 TIGA Awards have been announced, with several Scottish titles and companies up for awards.
Three well-known figures in Scotland's videogames sector have been nominated in the Game Dev Heroes 2020 competition. Korina Abbott, Nick Barret and Phil Harris are now in the running for the competition which recognises individual achievement within the videogames sector, with winners announced in October 2020.
Nominations for the 2020 Game Dev Heroes competition, which recognises the unsung heroes of the games industry close TODAY (June 30th). Nominate someone who inspires you - now.
Congratualtions to the team at NoCode, who picked up the BAFTA Scotland Games award at last night's glittering, star-studded ceremony in central Glasgow. The company fought off stiff competition from Ninja Kiwi's Adventure Time branded tower defence game and Ice Beam's procedurally-generated survive 'em-up, Socketeer, to scoop the trophy for Observation. This is NoCode's second... Continue Reading →