Tag Archives: gaming

Games Ed 21 is coming

An event for games studios, educators and recruiters will tackle the challenges of training and hiring talent into the games industry.

The Games Education Virtual Summit (Games Ed 21) returns this year on Wednesday 31 March and Thursday 1 April . You can join sessions with studios, educators and students, who will be sharing innovative approaches and best practice around recruiting and building careers in the games industry. In particular, it’s a chance for those working,

Sumo Digital pioneers new route into games industry

‘Sumo Academy’ is designed to expand the talent pool needed to meet the demands of the UK’s growing games industry.

Sumo Academy was launched in September, when the first four graduates started their training as programmers. The trainees have degrees in Fashion, Physics, History and Philosophy. These are unusual backgrounds for game development, however, the principal goal of this course is that upon completion its candidates will be qualified to join one of Sumo’s game

Matchmaking event for creative and immersive tech companies

‘Up Your Game’ is a great opportunity to grow your network of collaboration partners from the UK and overseas.

About Up Your Game Up Your Game will welcome companies from countries including Germany, Sweden, Finland, Cyprus and Ireland, that are interested in using immersive technologies including AI, VR and CGI. The matchmaking sessions will offer delegates a structured way of meeting other companies to explore potential collaboration and facilitate ideas, innovation and investment in

Episode 24: Iain Simons on bringing the National Videogame Museum to Sheffield

We speak to the NVM's director on launch day to see what's in store for Sheffield's exciting new addition.

Download the mp3 file Subscribe in iTunes Subscribe to the RSS feed Episode 24 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast features an interview with Iain Simons, director of the National Videogame Museum (NVM) which has just opened in our fair city. We spoke to Iain from the NVM itself on the day of the launch. It’s