Submitted by Murpho 974d ago | news

College Game Competition gives students chance to shine at E3

The Entertainment Software Association wants the next generation of game developers to get an early feel for what it’s like to display their work at E3. The organization has announced the College Game Competition, where nearly 400 colleges and universities will compete for one of five spots showcase their game development program’s title to the industry on its grandest stage this June. (E3, Entertainment Software Association, Industry, Tag Invalid)

italianbreadman  +   973d ago
Very cool. I'm glad there are so many opportunities for game development nowadays.

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