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GamesIndustry.biz launches Student and Freelance Networks

Expansion to business community will connect more of the industry than ever

GamesIndustry.biz is delighted to announce that recent upgrades to the GamesIndustry.biz Network have now been completed, enabling industry freelance workers and students to access the global business community for the first time.

Anybody currently working, or looking for work, in the games industry is welcome to join and advertise their services, while any company already in the Network can post requests for work.

Meanwhile any students currently studying videogame-related degree courses, or planning to start them soon, can also register for the Network, with the opportunity to discuss courses and careers with fellow students while also posting questions in a special forum for existing industry veterans to answer.

Forums have also been added for the main Network, to allow discussion of news, features and industry issues to take place, while a plethora of other minor tweaks have also been made.

The GamesIndustry.biz Network was launched last year, and now includes over 3600 active industry-only members from all over the world, and from all sections and levels of the videogames business.

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