2017-2018 is shaping up to be a fantastic academic year for Grads in Games, and that’s in no short part because we get to welcome d3t as an official Grads in Games partner for the first time!
Founded in 2011, and acquired by Keywords Studios previously this year, the work for hire studio have partnered on projects with the likes of Boss Key, the BBC, Sony and Sega, and will now be offering up their hard-earned experience & industry insight on the Get in the Game tour and to students attending Search for a Star Finals day.
d3t’s skill and experience has been channelled into a wide variety of projects, stretching from award-winning work on The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt to beloved children’s titles such as Charlie and Lola. The studio is continuously going from strength to strength and continue to offer their services as an independent company without ties to any one IP.
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The Cheshire-based developers were one of the proud companies to win Gamesindustry.biz and Aardvark Swift’s ‘Best Places to Work 2017’ award. With their diversity in projects, developers never get tired of working on one project for too long. Staff are able to cultivate a range of skills which they simply aren’t able to within a traditional studio environment.
d3t has five graduate programming vacancies available this year and will be present at the Search for a Star finals day to meet and talk to students about opportunities with the studio. Committed to developing the industry’s graduate talent, the Best Places To Work winner has taken on last year’s Rising Star programming finalist Neil Osbaldeston, for impressing judges with both his dev talents and his submitted game, Cube Invasion.
You can find out more d3t and their work over on their website.