Intellectual Property: Use It Or Lose It, Buster…

Understanding Intellectual Property (IP) is a something vital to every creative company - and especially every games company.  Developers are either working on someone else's IP, or building their own.... Continue Reading →

Scottish Parliament Asks Questions About Diversity Within The Games Industry

The issue of diversity and the role of women in games and technology is something which has been much in the news over the last few weeks.  From highs and... Continue Reading →

Scottish Government Cross Party Group On Videogames Technology Announces New Convenor & Next Meeting

The cross-party group on videogames technology was started in early 2012 by MSP Joe Fitzpatrick.  The group met in March that same year - while GDC was on - yet... Continue Reading →

Glasgow Technology Companies To Benefit From £900K Funding Competition

The Technology Strategy Board, in partnership with Creative Clyde has launched a funding competition for digital media and technology companies based in Glasgow. The Digital & Creative Clyde Launchpad competition is... Continue Reading →

2012 in review

How was your 2012?  Good?  Bad?  Indifferent?  Inexplicably awesome?  We may never know (unless you kept your friendly neighbourhood Scottish Games Network up to date with the latest, greatest news,... Continue Reading →

Scottish Government Responds To Creative Industries Report

It's been a tumultuous and busy 24 hours.  News of the research into Scotland's creative industries has spread throughout the global games sector and into the mainstream media... Now, the... Continue Reading →

No Revenue, No Value, No Students – Videogames Sector In Scotland Doesn’t Exist

Yesterday we reported that the digital media and interactive sectors had been inexplicably omitted from the 2012 Year of Creative Scotland awards.  Today the reason may have become a little... Continue Reading →

World Exclusive – £1M Investment For Scottish Games Company

Development Studio Serious Parody has raised over £1M in investment to expand the studio's games portfolio.  This will allow the company to establish a new dedicated studio, based in Dundee... Continue Reading →

Famous For The Loch Ness Monster & Digital Expertise

This baffling headline is part of Scottish Development International's current advertising campaign on e-mail updates from GamesIndustry.biz. If you sign up, not only can you download selected sector-specific reports on... Continue Reading →

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