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Dr Malte Behrmann, General Secretary of the European Game Developer Federation talks to Game Careers

Dr Malte Behrmann, General Secretary of the European Game Developer Association (EGDF) talks to David Smith of Game Careers and Interactive Selection at GDC Europe in Cologne. Malte is an attorney based in Berlin. After law studies in Bonn and Munich, he pursued Audiovisual Communication Management at Valenciennes, France. Malte has led legal & development affairs [...]

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Saint John Walker of Games Skills Council, Skillset talks to Game Careers

Saint John Walker talks to David Smith of Game Careers and Interactive Selection at the Develop Conference in Brighton. Saint is the Computer Games, Animation and Facilities Manager at Skillset, a government agency that wants to improve skills in the creative media sector. He has been brokering new animation and computer games talent at the interface of education [...]

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Mirko Gozzo, General Manager for Europe for Riot Games, met Game Careers at gamescom

Mirko Gozzo, European General Manager for Riot Games, talks to David Smith of Interactive Selection and Game Careers at GDC Europe in Germany. Mirko has been in the computer games industry for more than 10 years with extensive expertise operating and publishing overseas products (especially from Asian companies) within the European market in multiple languages. He [...]

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Michael Schade, Chief Executive of Fishlabs Entertainment in Germany, talks to Game Careers

Michael Schade, Chief Executive and Co-founder of Fishlabs Entertainment in Hamburg, Germany talks to David Smith of Game Careers and Interactive Selection at gamescom. Michael has been deep into computer graphics and 3D animation and software development for more than 15 years. Since the very beginning of FISHLABS in 2004 Michael was at several international leading [...]

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Follow Games Careers as well as Games Job Blog / Interactive News / Recruiterblog on Twitter

You can now follow Games Careers .BIZ as well as Games Job Blog / Interactive News / Recruiterblog on Twitter. Our Twitter name is that of the founder ”DavidSmithUK”. Twitterers can subscribe by going to http://twitter.com/davidsmithuk

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Fiona Sperry and Andrew Tilling to keynote European Women in Games Conference in September

Women In Games Jobs is delighted to announce Fiona Sperry, Studio Director and VP, EA Criterion Games and Professional Career Coach, Andrew Tilling of Preseli Partnerships are to keynote the European Women in Games Conference taking place on September 22nd at the NH Harrington Hall Hotel, Gloucester Road, London.

David Smith, founder of Women in Games [...]

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Join 250000 gamers and industry professionals at Gamescom in Cologne 17-21 August

Gamescom in will be held in Cologne, Germany for the 3rd year running. Last year had 250000 visitors and over 500 exhibitors. Join David Smith and Adrian Garrick from Game Careers .BIZ at this great show. See the exciting trailer that follows.

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Over 45000 watch Game Careers videos on YouTube, 20 more filmed at Develop 2011

Over 45000 have watched Interactive Selection’s Game Careers and Women in Games Jobs videos on YouTube. You can check the full 100 uploaded videos yourself at http://www.youtube.com/user/interactiveselection Over 20 more interviews were filmed at Develop 2011 and will be launched on Game Careers and Women in Games Jobs in the next month or so. The [...]

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Women in Games Jobs networking lunch during Develop 2011 – See the photos.

Over 50 attended the Women in Games Jobs networking lunch during Develop 2011 in Brighton, UK . Food was excellent and all seemed to enjoy the chance to get away from the bustle of the conference. You can see the photos online at http://www.flickr.com/photos/wigj/ Thanks to EA for sponsoring and Samantha Ambridge for organising. You [...]

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Train2Game: Good or bad for UK Games Education? Tony Bickley is interviewed by Games Careers.

Created in 2008, Train2Game (T2G) is marketed as the only online blended learning college in the UK that offers people the chance to qualify as a Games Designer, Games Developer, Games Artist and Animator or Games QA Tester with a TIGA Diploma and was created to meet the specific industry skills shortages as recognised by [...]

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