Launched earlier this week, Skelp Esports is a new Scottish organisation focused on building and investing in teams and players.
Xpo North, the creative industries festival which takes place in Inverness in June, is looking for games. For the last several years the festival has featured a 'gaming playground', an opportunity for developers to exhibit and demonstrate their new games. Space is provided free and the festival will recompense travel expenses and offer accommodation in Inverness... Continue Reading →
Students! You have just one week to apply for Dare to be Digital, the world’s most awesome computer game design competition. Entries must be made online at http://www.daretobedigital.com/ by 9am on Monday 21 April. Hosted and run by Abertay University, hundreds of students every year apply to Dare to be Digital to build a working game prototype in just eight... Continue Reading →
IndieKick is a new online community for indie game developers. Designed to let indie-viduals (sorry) from various backgrounds (art, coding, etc.) share their portfolios and discover potential collaborators, partners and team members, IndieKick wants to be the place for new teams to come together. Stephen McIntyre, one of the founders of the site, told us:... Continue Reading →
It's that time again. 15 teams from 16 universities around the world are now in Dundee, with only NINE weeks to create a working videogame, before showing it off to members of the public at the ProtoPlay event in central Dundee in August. This year's event is larger than ever before. Entries were received from... Continue Reading →