"We look forward to helping the industry make sense of the exciting recent developments"
Schools in 41 countries will be able to download educational version for free
Is siloed education holding our industry back?
Offers a proactive response to new discriminatory law
"Collaborating with the IEEE dramatically broadens the potential reach of VR First"
Why Cambridge graduates struggle to get into the games industry
University of California, Irvine launching a new arena and eSports team this fall with help of iBuyPower and Riot Games
Under and post-grad qualifications in Performance Graphics and Games Engineering
Veteran designer laments lack of progress in mainstream gaming, discusses his return to development
Michael Gallagher says industry is on a positive trajectory for diversity, says women make up 31% of enrollment in college game programs
Second round of Unreal Dev Grants funds 10 contributors
Educational gaming companies enter merger agreement
Games Workshop co-founder gets approval for schools that will focus on computer sciences, STEM subjects, arts
USC Games Publishing aims to become the industry's equivalent of the MIT Press
Studio mixes eSports and education
Angry Birds dev continues to narrow its focus by spinning out education activities into new company
Mojang owner acquires MinecraftEdu as CryEngine developer launches VR First lab at Istanbul's Bahçesehir University
Publisher's Montreal studio pledges $8 million to promote tech education in Quebec through a dozen different programs
New Finnish studio to focus on educational entertainment; first games due next year
Artists, animation and programming specialists needed for free career sessions
Students with disabilities will also receive mentoring and paid internships
Interfectorem currently 50 per cent funded, 11 days remain
Games Bridge Program wants to take projects made for class and build VC-ready companies out of them
Mojang takes home inaugural YGD Hero Award
The MENA region's developers have always moved abroad to find success. What will it take to build a more stable future?