Thank you to all the lecturers, tutors and universities for their support and encouraging students to get involved. It is no coincidence that almost all of the top 10 universities below can boast multiple Search for a Star winners, finalists and high achievers!
As a companion to our core Search For A Star challenges, we’ve worked with the University of Hertfordshire on a winter-themed game audio challenge to showcase their outstanding audio students.
With two weeks still to register, over 500 students from 83 universities across the UK and Europe have already signed up for the Search For A Star & Sumo Digital Rising Star challenges. This year has seen a surge in entries from key games universities, with Sheffield Hallam University way out in front.
Revisiting our entrants, their companions from SFAS Art, what the competition can achieve, and the final reveal of the winners!
We’ve just finished our final talk of the week at Staffordshire University, where we’ve had one of our best student turn-outs yet. It’s been another great week for Get In The Game with a fantastic line-up of speakers, from AMD, Dovetail Games, Playground Games, Rebellion, Autodesk, Framestore, Red Kite Games and Inertia Games. https://twitter.com/ASwift_James/status/798190585257533440 Students […]
After winning the 2016 Search For A Star Art award, we catch up with Sam Bang to find out more about his experiences with the competition.
Check out our gallery of student art projects, creating assets for Unreal Tournament for the 2016 Search For A Star & Rising Star competitions.
We reveal the winners of the Search For A Star Art 2016 competition, showcasing some of the best of the next generation of games artists.
This year has been our most exciting year yet, also being the first year that we’ve hosted competitions for both games code and art.
The finalists for 2016 are….
The results are in for Round 1 of the graduate games code & art competitions, with our team of judges whittling down 600 entrants to just 160 qualifiers.