UKIE Hub Crawl Dundee is a free event on May 25 exploring the topic of 'Next Level Indies', featuring speakers from across the games industry
The games market in China has exploded the the recent past. From the rapidly evolving audience for games, through to the growing dominance on Tencent in the Western games industry, through multiple investments and acquisitions, the country has embraced gaming, especially on mobile and online. A new event from InGAME International will share findings from... Continue Reading →
Event: Women In Games UK And China will bring together women from the UK and China to discuss their experiences working in games research or the games industry.
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.
Find out about the challenges faced by the Double 11 team in releasing Minecraft Dungeons - in 2020 - at the next Queer Code event on Dec 1st
On November 25, Creative Dundee and InGAME will be inviting three panellists from across the creative sector to discuss these very topics as part of its InGAME Insights events series.
Are you missing the social side of Gamescom? Help is at hand. Sign up now to take part in the big pub quiz for games industry professionals (?) hosted and curated by Jagex and Ukie. Rank in the top three players and you will win from a range of exciting prizes! In addition to this... Continue Reading →
InGAME Insights is a new series of events hosted by Creative Dundee, in partnership with InGAME. The series will focus on the future of Dundee’s creative sector, with a focus on games and interactivity. While building a successful games business can be tough, 2020 has been particularly challenging for those working and starting out in... Continue Reading →
What does it take to run a successful crowdfunding campaign? A new online event from RGU will hear from two successful entrepreneurs and crowdfunding company Seedrs on how to plan and run a campaign which works.
The first ever Interface 9, the virtual version of the popular Game|Dev|Drinks events, took place last Wedneday (May 6). Featuring an excellent line-up of speakers from across the industry, it was a chance for attendees to learn more about topics such as influencers, funding, self care and the Epic ecosystem. Organised, by Colin Macdonald, the... Continue Reading →