Staffordshire University to Open Game Development Facilities
Emanuel Maiberg of Gamespot writes that;
“Epic Games collaborated with Staffordshire University in England to open the Epic Games Centre, a fully equipped space for use by students in the university’s games design courses.
“There’s a lot of talk about the need for the industry to get more involved with the academic process and have a greater input into how games design is taught,” European Territory Manager at Epic Games Mike Gamble said in press release. “This collaboration will enable Staffs students to have a direct link with Epic and a direct line to the heart of the industry. In turn, Epic and its developer partners will have access to these world-class facilities along with a new generation of game makers totally immersed within the world of Unreal Engine technology.”
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Posted on January 30, 2014, in Uncategorized and tagged Epic Games, Epic Games Centre, Game design, Games and Learning, games design courses, Gaming and Education, Staffordshire University in England. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.
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