Driving The Industry

The European Games Developer Federation is committed to the stimulation and development of a stable, vibrant and creative European games development sector that is competitive globally and recognized culturally.

The EGDF will act to advance the political and economic interests of the European computer and video games industry by providing a platform for collaboration and discussion between European institutions and game developers.

The federation represents some 600 studios based in Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Norway, Spain, and the United Kingdom, which together employ about 17,000 people. The European computer and video games industry, including distributors and students in game educations, encompasses almost 100,000 individuals.

News 

EGDF supports Reboot Develop 2014.

Reboot Develop 2014  conference is organised in Zagreb from April 26th to 27th 2014 Read more… 

Open EU funding opportunities for game developers in spring 2014

Looking for funding? Read more…

European Commission provides record funding for European Game Developers 

The European Commission has made a record number of funding instruments accessible for game developers under the new Horizon2020 research and innovation funding programme. Read more…

EGDF welcomes the European game development support scheme

EGDF has welcomed the first call for proposals under the video game development support scheme of the Creative Europe programme. Read more…

Older news can be accessed here.

Unofficial Guidelines For the First Creative Europe Video Game Call

EGDF has published unofficial guidelines for the first Creative Europe video game call… Read more

Publications

Click to open (right-click to download) the following EGDF documents.

Policy Papers

The future of the European mobile game ecosystem, a roadmap proposed by the Mobile Game Arch project 2013

Game Development and Digital Growth.pdf 2nd edition of EGDF policy paper on the future of Framwork programme 2011

tech09.pdf Games Technology Research Priorities 2009

Surveys

European Online Game Survey, 2012

Bylaws

EGDF_Bylaws.pdf Bylaws of European Games Developer Federation, updated November 20, 2009.

Contact

Your primary point of contact with the EGDF is our COO Jari-Pekka Kaleva. For each national member organisation there is an appointed EGDF representative:

(AT) GAMEHarald Riegler

(BE) BGInTommy Goffin

(DE) GAMEHendrik Lesser - EGDF Board Member

(DK) ProducentforeningenKlaus Hansen - EGDF Treasurer

(ES) DEVAntonio Fernández

(FI) NeogamesKooPee Hiltunen - EGDF Board Member

(FR) SNJVGuillaume de Fondaumière – EGDF Chairman

(IT) Assoknowledge IVDRaoul Carbone

(LU) BGInTommy Goffin

(NL) BGInAlexander Fernandez

(NO) ProdusentforeningenLeif Holst Jensen

(UK) TIGARichard Wilson – EGDF Board Member

The postal address and registered head office of the EGDF is: European Games Developer Federation Katariinankatu 3, 00170 Helsinki, Finland

Phone: +358 (0)9 4289 1606  

Subscribe to our newsletter by filling the form below. A confirmation email will be sent to your mailbox: please read the instruction in it to complete the subscription. You can cancel the newsletter at any time.

Events and projects

 Projects

EGDF helps European game developers to find EU research projects they might be interested in. In addition, EGDF focuses on disseminating the results of EU projects to European game developer community.  Currently EGDF is a dissemination partner in three FP7 projects. Read more…

 Events

EGDF organizes regularly different kinds of events in Brussels and major game developer events. Read more…