Unlimited Shelf Space – Digital Distribution In Games And Music

The Cultural Enterprise Office in Scotland has organised an event to explore the ongoing evolution of digital distribution, with a focus on the games and music industries. Unlimited Shelf Space offers a real mix of speakers and experts from both sectors - and the wider creative industries and should be incredibly valuable for game developers (both... Continue Reading →

VG247 Scotland – Issue 1 – The Best Place To Sell Games

VG247's news editor Dave Cook has just published issue number 1 of his new, regular, Scotland-focused editorial, VG247 Scotland, looking at the state of the games industry as it relates to Scotland and including creators, CEOs and experts from Scotland's video games sector. This new issue explores the various distribution channels available to games creators,... Continue Reading →

EIFF – Masterclass In Digital Distribution – Tuesday 26th June

Presented by Talking Point, BAFTA Scotland, Creative Skillset, Skillset Craft & Technical Skills Academy.   A masterclass in digital distribution.  How can games, apps and multimedia help you publicise and market your film?  Find out at the 2013 EIFF. Date: 26th June Time: 17:00-18:30 Location: Traverse Theatre 1 (EIFF Delegate Centre) Access: EIFF Passholders. Please... Continue Reading →

Games Meet Film At Edinburgh International Film Festival 2013

2013 is rapidly becoming the year that games were taken seriously by Scotland's government, media and creative industries.  The latest good news comes from the Edinburgh International Film Festival. EIFF is the world's longest-running film festival, with a global reputation for discovering and promoting the very best in international cinema.  Alongside the film screenings, premieres... Continue Reading →

TIGA Investigating Impact Of Piracy On Digital Developers And Publishers

Piracy has been a part of the games sector since the early days of the home computer revolution.  Things have moved on since the surreptitious trading of cassette tapes in school playgrounds.  The advent of mobile devices, digital distribution and online gaming have created new ways for developers and publishers to monetise their games -... Continue Reading →

Game Maker Now Available On STEAM

It is a truth universally acknowledged that a young game designer, in possession of a good idea, tends to do nothing with it.  Ever.  Except in the pub, when they moan to friends that they can't get funding, that games don't make money these days and that now they've mentioned it aloud, it will be... Continue Reading →

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