yearly archives: 2014

HORIZON 2020 Horizon 2020 is the biggest EU Research and Innovation programme ever with nearly €80 billion of funding available over 7 years (2014 to 2020) – in addition to the private investment that this money will attract. It promises more breakthroughs, discoveries and world-firsts by taking great ideas from the lab to the market. [...]

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Everything you need to know about official EU Fundings. LATEST ARTICLES

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European Games Industry All articles EGDF Bylaws Bylaws of European Games Developer Federation, 2016

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At the beginning of this year, the European Union launched a support programme for video game development, as a part of Creative Europe programme. The results of the first call were published in August and all together 259 companies from 26 member states applied for the funding. Out of them, 29 studios from 14 member […]

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For the first time, G-STAR, the leading Korean trade fair for games, will organise an exhibition of games that are targeted for the whole family from small children to their parents and grandparents. G-STAR will include a small number of selected international games in the exhibition. If you want to see your game to be promoted […]

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Creative Europe programme grants € 3,2m million euros for 29 game developer studios In the first Creative Europe call for video game support, 259 companies from 26 member states applied for Creative Europe support for game development. Out of them, 29 game developer studios from 14 member states were granted all together 3.2 million euro. […]

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 HORIZON 2020 The full list of all open Horizon2020 calls can be found here  and the list of all open calls in the first Horizon2020 ICT call here. ODI: Horizon 2020 SME Instrument for ICT To who: Game developers with ambitious, but high risk ideas Any SME having a sound, ambitious, potentially disruptive but high risk  innovation in their hands […]

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The national support schemes for video games are often realised either through tax incentives or through technology and innovation funding. Consequently, European funding for the creation of digital content itself brings significant added value and enables the realisation of culturally ambitious projects pushing the artistic limits of interactive storytelling otherwise too risky to be completed. […]

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Heroes’ Edition: Frankfurt StoryDrive Celebrates the (New) Heroes in and Behind the Story The international all-media conference Frankfurt StoryDrive will celebrate its 5th anniversary on Friday, 10 October 2014, during the Frankfurt Book Fair. Under the motto “Heroes”, Frankfurt StoryDrive will celebrate the heroes in and behind the story. Our heroes are not only the protagonists, […]

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The EGDF response on the common position of the CPC Network on online games For European Games Developer Federation (EGDF), presenting about 600 game developer studios from nine different EU member states, the three key aspects of any consumer protection measures are the following: a sufficient level of consumer protection, securing functional digital single market area, successful dissemination, […]

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