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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. This is in addition to 2.5 million euro annual funding for games through the Creative Europe programme. For the first time, the Commission […]

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European Game Developers interested in Horizon2020 projects BULGARIA       Company: COPRIX media Type: SME Country:  Serbia, Bulgaria Focus areas: Cross Platform Serious games and gamification Crossplatform teaching aids for preschool and primary school Educational Games Augmented reality Industry dissemination and validation Contact: www.coprix.net FINLAND Company: LudoCraft Oy. Type: SME Country: Finland Focus areas: Serious games and gamification Collaborative games Avatar [...]

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During recent years, one of the main goals of EGDF has been to reintroduce video games as a stand-alone support category in the European support programme for audiovisual media. This goal was finally reached in the Autumn of 2013 and now the first European call for video games is open under Creative Europe programme. Furthermore, as EGDF […]

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  EGDF welcomes the European game development support scheme EGDF, the trade association representing European game developers, has welcomed the first call for proposals under the video game development support scheme of the Creative Europe programme. The new support scheme has an annual budget of 2.5 million euro and, unlike in the previous European funding […]

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In its general assembly the European Game Developer Federation has elected a new board in Berlin for the year 2013 – 14. The EDGF’s President will continue to be Guillaume De Fondaumiere, who is the Vice- president of the SNJV, the French video game trade association. Guillaume De Fondaumiere is CEO of the Paris based […]

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In the context of an official statement as interested party the European Games Developer Federation has given insights as to why they believe that the introduction of a support system similar to what already exists in Canada or France is culturally and economically necessary. Member organizations within the EGDF, including the Finnish games producers’ association, […]

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