Associations that are involved in EU projects

Please find below a list of EGDF member association that are interested in and/or active in EU projects.

Associations

Belgium- BG


Focus area:

support Belgian game sector as a whole group all individuals and companies active in or connected to local game sector —eg. developers, service providers, educational institutions, researchers, local publishers, as well as international publishers and platforms active in Belgium

defend and proactively promote interests of members advise members and encourage them to share info and knowledge represent members in communication with government, non-game sectors, international organizations… report about fair and responsible videogame play from a Belgian perspective via our consumer sites speelhetslim.be (NL) and jouezmalin.be (FR) promote BelgianGames outside of their borders

Contact website: www.belgiangames.be

Denmark- VD

 

Focus areas:

Member services: Innovation, Sustainability, Digital skills and transformation, Investments, Internationalization Knowledge sharing between business community and Universities.

Previous projects: EU structural and social funds projects

Contact website: www.visiondenmark.dk

Finland- Neogames

 

 

Focus area:

  • Policy and games ecosystem building
  • Knowledge transfer and dissemination through training events and trade missions
  • Research and data gathering on Finnish games industry

Previous projects: Interreg: Baltic Game Industry (BGI), http://baltic-games.eu/

Contact website:www.neogames.fi

France – SNJV

 

Focus areas:

  • Gathering French videogame professional ecosystem
  • Business Development – Funding (grants, Loan)
  • Tax Credits
  • Gathering School ecosystem

Contact website: www.snjv.org

Italy – IIDEA

 

Focus area:

  • Research and data gathering on the Italian games industry
  • Ecosystem building
  • International trade
  • Games industry cluster support
  • Mentorship / Trainings
  • Business development
  • Education

Contact website: www.iideassociation.com

Poland – PGA

Focus area:

PGA counts as its members the largest and best-known video game developers in Poland. Support the growth of Poland’s video game sector and enhance its ability to compete on the global stage. The association coordinates its activities closely with representatives of the Polish government, businesses and non-profit organizations, as well as with other entertainment industry trade associations.

Contact website: http://polskiegry.eu/en/

Romania- RGDA

Focus areas:

  • education
  • business development
  • data on the Romanian industry
  • trainings/webinars, advocacy
  • startups, talent

Contact website: www.rgda.ro

Serbia – SGA

Focus area:

  • Capacity building programs for companies and employees in the sector
  • Support to companies in accessing markets, publishers
  • Research
  • Work with higher school and universities
  • Development of talent pool
  • Internationalization
  • Collaboration projects and presence at international events
  • Advocacy towards public stakeholders for better conditions for the sector
  • Collaborating with complementary industries and all relevant partners

Previous projects: Grant from Franco-German Cultural Fund. There are also have two pending applications within COSME program, and planed to apply to Creative Europe MEDIA program in 2021.

Contact website: www.sga.rs

Slovakia – SGDA

Focus area: 

  • research and data
  • business development
  • education, mentoring, trainings
  • promotion, events
  • strategic partnerships

Contact website: www.sgda.sk

Sweden- Dataspelsbranschen

Focus area:

  • Member services
  • Talent
  • Funding
  • Sustainability
  • Diversity
  • Internationalisation
  • Cultural acceptance
  • Consumer/Market law, Advocacy
  • Startups

Previous projects: Interreg: Baltic Game Industry (BGI), http://baltic-games.eu/ Interreg: Baltic Explorers https://balticexplorers.eu/

Contact website: www.dataspelsbranschen.se