The Scottish Esports League Season 4 (SEL4), will be the nation’s largest competitive gaming competition to date, as Esports Scotland announces that a showcase event will be held at the Dundee Contemporary Arts centre in November 2021.
Entries are open for the UK Game of the Show competition, which is looking for the best unreleased game from UK developers, with the winner becoming the UK entrant for the Europe-wide EuroPlay competition
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.
The inaugural Esports Cup of Nations, (ECON) is set to launch in what will be the UK's first domestic international Esports competition. Wales & Scotland will compete in games including Fifa, Rocket League, League of Legends and CS:GO
Nominations have opened for the Women In Games Awards 2020. The competition celebrates and highlights the incredible work being done by women across the UK, with categories covering everything from development and technical roles, through to business, journalism and mentoring.
The PLAY Challenge is a competition to find games which help to develop, recognise, or reward 21st century skills, with $10,000 on offer for the winner.
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.