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Games Industry in the Capital Region Berlin-Brandenburg

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Candy Crush Jelly Saga by King German Computer Game Award 2017 Developers | Publishers Actoz Soft Europe Aeria Games Europe Bigpoint Boom Byte Games Epic Games Etermax exozet games Fluffy Fairy Games Fox & Sheep GameDuell Gamevil Happy Tuesday Honig Studios Huuuge Games King Klang Games LoCoNET Mad about Pandas Playsnak Plinga Promotion Software Riot Games Saftladen Kollektiv Sandbox Interactive Six Foot Snowprint Studios SOFTGAMES Spil Games Stryking Entertainment Studio Fizbin Tencent Ubisoft Berlin Wooga YAGER Services Altagram AppLift Curse Dojo Madness Freaks4you Games Quality Karakter Design Studio MoGi SponsorPay Twitch Unity Technology Diverse games cluster In the capital region, we set trends, but also scout out and support new developments. This is a place where startups work alongside established game developers and where political institutions, federal associations and networks have their headquarters. International industry conferences and events attract professionals in the creative fields, investors and specialists from around the globe. We are also home to a pool of young talent, trained in the region. With around 200 companies, Berlin has the highest number of games companies in Germany. These develop, publish, distribute, market and advertise video games and contribute to the successful production of console, online and mobile games, as well as cross-platform content and branded entertainment, made in Berlin-Brandenburg. More and more international companies such as Ubisoft, King, Epic Games, Riot Games and are establishing branches here. With Freaks4U, Riot Games and the ESL League for Legends, Berlin is one of Europe's eSports locations. Companies such as Wooga, Bigpoint and King contribute to the international success of online, social network and browser games. They now export their games to over 50 coun- »We feel very welcome in Berlin and are enthusiastic about the positive response in the city. It´s already obvious that Berlin was the right decision for us. There is a lot of potential for a large international team. The future in Berlin will be exciting, as we are going to work on some of the biggest game productions of the industry here« Istvan Tajnay Studio Manager Ubisoft Berlin »Berlin is a unique city where creativity and diversity meets international professionals and digital skills. Indie studios as well as big publisher – companies benefit from the strong developer scene and the ongoing change which is characteristic for Berlin. We enjoy promoting the interests of the game branch, connecting it with other branches as politics and science and seeing how Berlin gains more potential and maturity. « Maria Wagner Branch Coordinator Games media:net berlinbrandenburg e. V. tries worldwide. GameDuell has developed one of the largest game websites in Europe, with over 125 million members. Distributors specializing in online and mobile games, such as HitFox, reach gamers from over 180 countries. Award-winning indie studios such as Mad about Pandas, Spaces of Play, LudInc and the Saftladen Indie Games Kollektiv are headquartered here, and game developers such as YAGER develop computer and console games. Game - the German Games Industry Association, the Entertainment Software Self-Regulation Body (USK), the foundation Digitale Spielekultur and the games:net berlinbrandenburg initiative are also located in the capital region. „Monkey Swag“ – Tiny Crocodile Studios * © Die Computer- und Videospielindustrie in Berlin I 2017 Forschungs- und Kompetenzzentrum Audiovisuelle Produktion der Hamburg Media School

Leading German games location, European location for international games companies, international location for eSports Around 200 companies with 2,100 employees and annual revenues of around 255 million euros in the games industry* Location of successful companies such as Bigpoint, GameDuell, Epic Games, Fluffy Fairy Games, King, Riot Games, Ubisoft,, Wooga and YAGER Home to key institutions, associations and networks such as game, Stiftung Digitale Spielekultur, USK and games:net berlinbrandenburg Excellent training opportunities for games, 3D animation and media management as well as a scientific centre for computer game Research Dreadnought, © Grey Box, YAGER International industry meeting place: gamesweekberlin with Quo Vadis developer conference , A MAZE. / Berlin and Gamefest, WOMENIZE!, making games TALENTS, EGX and Unite Berlin Excellent training Almost no other region in Europe provides such an extensive spectrum of educational opportunities as Berlin-Brandenburg. At universities such as HTW Berlin and the Berlin University of the Arts, students can take degree courses that focus on games. The Film University Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF offers classes in animation, sound and creative technologies. Research institutes such as the Digital Games Research Center in Potsdam and the DE:HIVE Institute at HTW Berlin – University of Applied Sciences are active in games research. Private institutions such as GAMES ACADEMY, SAE Institute, Macromedia University for Media and Communication, BTK (University of Applied Sciences Europe), Mediadesign Hochschule and the School for Games all offer training courses. »Berlin was a great choice due to the vast amount of talent available from both established companies and start-ups. Also, the city offers great quality of life making it easy to attract and retain people from all over the world.« Paw Linnemann Larsen Managing Director, European Publishing Epic Games International games industry meeting place Numerous events make the capital region one of the most important meeting places of the international games scene. In 2018, gamesweekberlin attracted more than 15,000 participants. It has evolved into a major industry platform featuring the Quo Vadis developer »Berlin's higher education landscape provides the ideal conditions for the growing games industry. Highly specialized degree programs with partly affiliated research centers are very sensibly underpinned by numerous offers for vocational games training.« DE:HIVE Institute, HTW Berlin – University of Applied Sciences conference, the A MAZE. / Berlin video game festival and Womenize!, the program for women in games and tech. As part of International Games Week Berlin, the German Computer Game Award – the most highly endowed games award in Germany – is presented in Berlin every other year. The unique Computerspielemuseum (computer games museum) organizes Gamefest and presents the cultural history of the medium in a permanent exhibition. games:net berlinbrandenburg, the Gamestorm game design community, the Invisible Playground collective and the Game Science Center also host a multitude of events. „Trüberbrook“ - btf Education | Research BTK (University of Applied Sciences Europe) DIGAREC Zentrum für Computerspielforschung design akademie berlin, Institute of Ludology DE:HIVE Institute, HTW Berlin – University of Applied Sciences GAMES ACADEMY Film University Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF Macromedia University for Media and Communication MD.H Mediadesign Hochschule SAE Institute S4G School for Games Universität der Künste Events | Exhibitions A MAZE. / Berlin Computerspielemuseum Deutscher Computerspielpreis Game Science Center EGX gamesweekberlin Invisible Playground Making Games Talents MEDIA CONVENTION Quo Vadis Womenize! Unite Berlin Associations | Networks Berlin Games Forum Bundesverband Interaktive Unterhaltungssoftware (BIU) eSports Bund Germany game – Verband der deutschen Games-Branche games:net berlinbrandenburg interface!berlin Projekt Zukunft Stiftung Digitale Spielekultur Self regulation Body (USK)

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