Realtime Worlds wins Scottish Innovation award
Crackdown and All Points Bulletin developer picks up John Logie Baird Award
APB and Crackdown developer Realtime Worlds have been awarded the John Logie Baird Award for Innovation in Scotland.
The award was presented at a gala award dinner at the Glasgow Science Centre, with Realtime Worlds winning in one of the seven categories meant to encourage "the commercial exploitation of Scotland's intellectual capital".
"This award means a lot to Realtime Worlds. It feels fantastic to be recognised for all our hard work over the years, and what greater honour than to receive an award which celebrates one of Scotland’s greatest inventors – John Logie Baird," said studio manager Colin Macdonald.
Founded in 2002 by original Grand Theft Auto creator David Jones, and other British industry veterans, Realtime Worlds is based in Dundee, Scotland.