Gamerhub & SGN Partner To Promote Scottish Games

Consumer games site Gamerhub and the Scottish Games Network have partnered to showcase and promote Scottish Games to gamers worldwide.

What Can The Games Industry Learn From COP26?

What can the games industry learn from COP26? Dr Carla Brown, the founder of Game Doctor shares her experience at the Glasgow COP26 summit.

MCV/Develop Profiles Scotland’s Videogames Industry

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 and evolves so rapidly as gaming. At that point Realtime Worlds was still the talk of the town, Outplay was... Continue Reading →

Game Gurus: Publishing

It’s easier than ever to publish your own game thanks to accessible platforms like itch.io, the mobile app stores and Steam Direct. However, many independent developers still see value in signing publishing deals to get their games off the ground. Should small and/or young studios still be looking to make publishing deals, or are they better taking their future into their own hands?

Game Gurus: The Year Ahead

It’s fantastic how well the Scottish games industry has been able to adapt to working from home, but there’s certainly no harm in anticipating what could be coming down the pipe next. We asked the Game Guru’s what challenges they’re anticipating in 2021.

Game Gurus: Subscription Services

In each edition of Game Gurus, we’ll be asking the crème de la crème of the Scottish games industry for their insights on the issues of the day. Today’s topic is: subscriptions.

TIGA Reports Scottish Industry Growth

TIGA has released new data indicating growth of 17% in employment within the games industry in Scotland between November 2018 and April 2020.

Scotland’s Game Development Sector Ranked 4th in UK

A new research report from UKIE and the BFI shows Scotland as the fourth largest cluster in the UK's video games industry, with Edinburgh and Dundee in the top 10 cities for game development.

Hello World!

10 print "Hello world!"; 20 goto 10 run Nearly three years ago, the Scottish Games Network went into hibernation. There were a couple of reasons: First of all, I had a little boy - and all of a sudden there was another priority in my life. Secondly - the ongoing need to moderate every single... Continue Reading →

EIFF What Film Can Learn From Games

Good news everybody! The Scottish Games Network, in partnership with the Edinburgh International Film Festival present two events focused on the crossover between film and games and what can be learned from working across both. The idea is to explore the ways in which games and interactive media are growing and evolving and the ways... Continue Reading →

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