Scotland’s games industry is growing more quickly than the rest of the UK, according to new data showing 26% increase in development studios.
The Edinburgh Futures Institute, in partnership with the University of Edinburgh Business School, is running the fifth round of Developing a Data-Driven Creative Business – specifically designed for the creative industries, with free fundeed places on offer
The Scottish Funding Council has made 30 x places available free to Scottish creatives on the Developing a Data Driven Creative Company course
Power Up! is a brand new mobile game in which players generate data from the impact of their decisions upon biodiversity & the environment.
Registration is now open for Developing a Data Driven Creative Company, an online course specifically designed for the creative industries to help create more successful businesses using data. Featuring deep expertise from a range of …
The last time Scotland’s videogames industry had any sort of national profile in MCV, the industry trade journal, it was 2011/12. That’s a long time ago – especially in a sector which moves as quickly …
Every game developer now needs to know more about data. From downloads and DLC, to ad revenues, monthly average users and lifetime vaue, data can be the key to your studio’s survival.
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When asked if they thought game publishers should take a stance on societal issues, an overwhelming number of the 4000 players who took part in the Gamer Sentiment Study on Diversity and Inclusion said they were either neutral on the issue or in favour of it. Whatsmore, that sentiment held true across all demographics, regardless of race, gender identity, sexual orientation, or having a disability.
Games Go Guerilla? What does that even mean? Well, hopefully it’s an event which will showcase some of Scotland’s most interesting, innovative and intriguing indies – as part of the Beyond Festival.
TIGA has released new data indicating growth of 17% in employment within the games industry in Scotland between November 2018 and April 2020.