UKIE Hub Crawl – Dundee – 25 May

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

Screen Business 2021: Value & Size Of Scottish Games Sector Hit New Highs

me equivalent (FTE) jobs hitting 6,005, according to the new Screen Business 2021 Report released by the BFI.

Enter The UKIE Big Christmas Quiz Of The Year

Snow is falling, all around us, or if you're in the North East of the UK, whipping past you horizontally accompanied by parts of tree, roof tiles and fun garden trampolines. It can mean only one thing - 'tis the season for the Ukie Big Christmas Quiz of the Year! This year,. the industry's favourite... Continue Reading →

Event: Where Next For The UK Games Industry?

An online event focused on the future of the UK games industry focused on policy makers and legislators will be held on February 23rd 2022.

Two Scottish Games In The Running For UK Game of the Show 2021

Two games from Scottish developers have made it into the 15 finalists for the UK Game of the Show 2021 competition. Agatha Christie - Hercule, by Blazing Griffin and Wholesome: Out and About by Yaldi Games are competing against titles from developers including Bossa Studios, Nosebleed Interactive and Outlier Games.

UK Game Of The Show – Entries Open

Entries are open for the UK Game of the Show competition, which is looking for the best unreleased game from UK developers, with the winner becoming the UK entrant for the Europe-wide EuroPlay competition

Barclays hosts game demo day

Barclays Demo Day is offering game developers across the UK the chance to demo their latest titles to a global audience in September 2021.

Become a One Minute Mentor and Inspire the Next Generation

Part of Ukie’s push to help educate young people about careers in games, the One Minute Mentor programme is calling for anyone involved in the games industry to share a tiny chunk of wisdom about what they do and how they got there.

Devices For All Wants Your Old Tech

With Devices For All, Ukie is asking the UK games industry to donate its old laptops and computers so they can be given a new home in schools up and down the country.

UKIE Submits Proposals For UK Games Growth

UKIE has submitted a number of proposals to the UK government, ahead of the forthcoming budget (March 3rd), aimed at helping the UK games industry to grow significantly in the coming years.

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