Epic, Insomniac, And More Talk Growth In Roundtable In North Carolina's Triangle

Gamasutra: "Today, the North Carolina Department of Commerce held a Video Game Developers Roundtable at Durham's burgeoning American Underground, a dedicated space for early-stage startups, and home to Joystick Labs, the region's first and only gaming accelerator.

Durham, along with nearby Raleigh and Chapel Hill, anchors North Carolina's Triangle, home to 40+ gaming companies, as well as the East Coast Game Conference, now in its third year. The area boasts a healthy mix of universities and large and small gaming companies, most notably Gears of War and Unreal Engine developer Epic Games."

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zeal0us2916d ago

Now NC just need more college to offer degrees in gaming(simulation&game development).

Wake Tech have one of the best gaming/SGD programs, I was in it for a year before I switch back to Computer IT, I plan on finishing it after I get my degree in IT.