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Submitted by Arcee 529d ago | news

Industry Talent Unites for E3 College Game Competition

The recently launched competition is aimed towards colleges and universities with computer and video game development programs. Each higher education institution will submit one game representing their college or university and finalists will receive a special showcase display and related opportunities at this year’s E3, the world’s premier trade show for computer and video games.

The competition will target almost 400 U.S. colleges, universities, art and trade schools offering video game courses, certificates and degree programs. Competing schools are required to submit story details and content assets from their own playable video game, which will be judged by a specially selected panel of game industry veterans and media professionals. (Industry, Tag Invalid)

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