The first round of Search for a Star and Sumo Digital Rising Star is now over for both coders and artists taking part in the 2016 competition. We’ve had record numbers of applications this year for both code and art, and we’re excited to see what talent this year’s competition will reveal. Last year we […]
The Search For A Star & Rising Star student competitions are back for 2016, now open to both games coders and games artists. Take part in one of the biggest industry-supported game dev competitions in the UK, showcasing your work in front of leading studios and getting a boost towards a career in games.
This is a proud achievement for the whole Grads In Games team, and a huge honour to have the work we do recognised by an industry body such as TIGA. It’s fantastic to be appreciated for all of the efforts the team put into running the national Get In The Game careers tour and Search For A Star graduate showcase competitions.
Applications now open for the 2016 Search For A Star competitions, with game development opportunities for both coders and artists.
Congratulations to Sam Parras, winner of Search For A Star 2015, & Yan Knoop, winner of Sumo Digital Rising Star 2015!
The winners of the 2015 Search For A Star & Sumo Digital Rising Star competitions
All 29 of the games produced in the 2015 Search For A Star and Sumo Digital Rising Star competitions, listed for you to download and play for free
Announcing the finalists of the 2015 Search For A Star & Sumo Digital Rising Star student & graduate programming competitions
March’s Search For A Star blog is now live over at Develop Online, covering details about the second round process and why Exient have been a strong supporter of the competition for the past three years.
We’ve got a new article about the 2015 Search For A Star competition over at gamesindustry.biz, explaining the benefits of taking part in the competition and why it is so important for those wanting to break in to the games industry.