Dundee's Ruffian Games is now hiring for multiple engineering positions, to work on 'upcoming titles' from Rockstar Games.
Chinese mobile games publisher Skymoons, is opening its first European studio, based in Edinburgh. Headed by Michael Boniface, the former director of Reloaded Productions (the team behind APB Reloaded), the studio is now recruiting an initial 21 people, with further growth planned. This is Skymoon's first studio outside China and is a first for the country's... Continue Reading →
Team Rock is looking for a programmer and artist to start a new in-house game development team. Unlike traditional games companies, Team Rock is approaching the games sector from a different angle. The company comes from a music industry background, publishing monthly magazines including Metal Hammer, Classic Rock and Prog, as well as streaming Team... Continue Reading →
The Scottish Games Network, Creative Scotland and Scottish Enterprise are working together to produce the first ever entirely comprehensive survey of Scotland's games industry.
Ladies and gentlemen, a brand new opportunity has arisen within one of the country's most exciting new games companies. Team Rock is a Scottish start-up with a very simple ambition - to become the global home of rock and metal. The company's new games division is now recruiting, looking for a games programmer and a... Continue Reading →
The nominees for the 2015 Develop awards have been announced with a wide range of Scottish companies featuring within the 137 companies and 47 games featured. The Scottish companies in the list are: New Games IP (Mobile) - Size Does Matter (DOS Studios) Technically Norwegian, but it's former Dare Winner published by Channel 4, so... Continue Reading →
Ladies and gentlemen, the goal of the Scottish Games Network has always been to be of utility to the games sector as a whole. A tool if you will, which pulls together all of the latest news, information and data for Scotland's games sector. Since the start of the year, for a couple of reasons... Continue Reading →
It's all change for Game In Scotland, the country's home-grown recruitment event focused on the gaming sector. Created originally as a graduate recruitment event, the event has been funded to date by the team at Scottish Enterprise. Now however, the role of Game In Scotland and the opportunities for the sector have changed hugely. Scottish Enterprise... Continue Reading →
As a growing number of colleges and universities offer games-specific courses, one of the biggest challenges for academic institutions is to forge the sort of relationships with industry which can benefit their students - and lead to employment for their graduates. Combined with the greatly reduced opportunities in games testing as a route into the... Continue Reading →