The winners of the Grads in Games Awards will be announced on April 16th, on the evening of the GamesEd conference, at the National Videogame Museum in Sheffield.
Well; that was unexpected! Grads in Games Awards nominees are now all in and recorded. Not only did you come out in force to vote for those working incredibly hard in games industry education, you broke our all-time record for submissions! It’s heartwarming to see so many messages of support for lecturers, students, studios and […]
The Grads In Games Awards returns to celebrate those who have made a real impact in improving the links between the games industry & education.
We’re a big chunk of the way into Search For A Star 2019, so here’s a wrap up of the entry stats & leading games universities for this years challenges!
Last week we headed to London for the annual Women in Games Awards. Co-hosted by MCV and the Women in Games (WIGJ) organisation, and celebrates the achievements of women working in the games industry. This year’s event honoured the Top 30 Women in Games as well as naming the winners of six individual awards. Hosted […]
Start of week two of the Get In The Game tour, visiting University of East Anglia, Anglia Ruskin University, University of Essex, plus Frontier Developments