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Submitted by devwan 98d ago | news

Creative England invests £250,000 in Accelerator fund

SCEE working with organisation to support five games firms' projects for PlayStation platforms

Creative England and SCEE have announced a new £250,000 fund to accelerate and incubate five UK games companies.

The organisation's will invest £50,000 into each of the selected five developers to support the development of new titles for PS3, PS4 and PlayStation Vita. The studios will also receive business support, dev kits for the three PlayStation platforms and other technical and fringe benefits. (PS Vita, PS3, PS4)

DigitalRaptor  +   98d ago
Great news.

These partnerships lead to creative growth, and more unique exclusive content for PlayStation gamers.

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