The online Access to Finance event from UKIE offers an opportunity for game developers and indie studios to discover different funding and finance options, to support their games and their businesses
Monstrum 2, the procedurally-generated survival horror game from Dundee's Team Junkfish beat off the challenge from 14 other UK developers, including Codemasters, UsTwo and fellow Scottish studio Amicable Animal, to win the UK Game of the Show last night.
Two Scottish developers - Amicable Animal and Junkfish have had games nominated in the UK Game of the Show award, which takes place at this year's Gamescom event. They take... Continue Reading →
UKIE has arranged a series of online events to help UK games businesses to understand more about and connect with companies in the Chinese games market.
Games Scale Up is a new programme designed to help ambitious businesses in the games industry to scale. Spaces available for Scottish companies. Apply now.
Entries for the UKIE Game of the Show are open now. Despite the fact that it will take place entirely online in 2020, Gamescom remains one of the most important... Continue Reading →
This weekend (20th–21st June), the UK games industry is calling on the British public to gather online to play and talk together in a united effort to tackle loneliness in... Continue Reading →
UKIE has organised a new online event: Navigating the Now, which helps game developers in the UK understand and find a way through the disruption and rapid evolution created by the Covid19 crisis.
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.
Good news everybody! The UK's game development sector, which has often lacked access to public funding for projects and concepts, can now take advantage of the new Video Games Prototype Fund,... Continue Reading →