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Swedish Game Awards winners to receive free one-year Hansoft license worth 30 000 SEK

As seen in previous and current entries in Swedish Game Awards, Sweden's largest game development competition, student game developers have plenty of creativity, drive and passion. What they sometimes lack is organizational skills, and the tools to work together in an efficient way. Thanks to a unique collaboration between Swedish Game Awards and Hansoft, makers of the premium project management, collaboration and bug tracking tool for game developers, winners of the Best PC Game award can now realize their full potential and bring their game to market in an orderly manner.

Hansoft will offer the winning team a free, ten-user license of its new Hansoft 5.0 solution for one year, worth over 30 000 SEK. Hansoft 5.0 offers extensive functionality in scheduling, tracking, collaboration, and document management and is used by many professional studios, such as Swedish Game Awards silver partner Starbreeze.

"Tools like Hansoft are important when going from a hobbyist development model to one that is viable for making a competitive game - that's why we're excited to have this license as a prize for our winners", says Swedish Game Awards Project Manager John-Philip Johansson.

"We are happy to help the next generation of Swedish game developers in producing their first commercial title", says Hansoft Managing Director Patric Palm. "Since Hansoft is suitable for use in both small-scale and large-scale game development, the team will benefit even more as it grows."

For more information, please contact:

John-Philip Johansson, Project Manager, Swedish Game Awards 2007

Tel: +46 (0) 707 75 02 72


Or contact:

Patric Palm, Managing Director, Hansoft

Tel: +46 (0) 18 10 90 90



Swedish Game Awards (SGA) is Sweden's largest video game development competition aimed directly at students from different universities and game educations in Sweden. It has been held annually since 2002 and is organized by university students throughout the country and holds several events during the competition, which follows the Swedish academic year.

SGA is a competition organized by Excitera: the entrepreneurship association at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm. Excitera also organizes the Excitera Innovation Challenge, Excitera Charon, Excitera Enterprise Forum among other activities.

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